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Official Publication of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



AUGUST. 1985 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
for 1983 through 1986 as follows: 
CLASS A (0 - 425) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Ballard Memorial, Fulton County, Heath, 

Murray 

Sub-District 2 - Crittenden County. Ft. Campbell, 

Russellville 
District 2 — 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Edmonson County, Metcalfe 

County 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Mercer County, Paris, 

Garrard County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1-Eminence, Frankfort, Henry County, Ky. 

Country Day 

Sub-District 2 - Carroll County, Owen County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Bath County, Fairview, Nicholas County, Raceland 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 
Sub-District 1-Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 
Sub-District 2 - Lynn Camp, Pineville, Williamsburg 

District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, 
Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 - Betsy Layne, Paintsville, Pikeville, 
Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (426 - 625) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Mayfield, Reidland, Trigg County 
District 2 — 

Hancock County, McLean County, South Hopkins, 

Todd County, Webster County 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Allen County, Butler County, Glasgow, 

Logan County, Warren East 

Sub-District 2 - Adair County, Green County, Hart 

County, Monroe County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bullitt East, Fort Knox, LaRue County, 

West Hardin 

Sub-District 2 - Anderson County, Bardstown, 

Washington County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Bourbon County, Harrison County, Mason County, 

Newport Central Catholic 
District 2 — 

East Carter, Fleming County, Lewis County, Rowan 

County, West Carter 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 
Sub-District 1 - Boyle County, Casey County, Russell 
County 
Sub-District 2 - Corbin, Middlesboro, Somerset 

District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Hazard, Johns Creek, M.C. Napier, 
Whitesburg 

Sub-District 2 - Lawrence County, Morgan County, 
Prestonsburg 






Athletic Association set the football districts and regions 

CLASS AAA (626 - 1000) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Calloway County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Paducah 

Tilghman, Union County 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio 

County, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, 

Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 - East Hardin, Grayson County, Marion 

County, Nelson County, Taylor County 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, Montgomery County, Scott County, 

Western Hills, Woodford County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Lloyd 

Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 - Highlands, Newport, Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bell County, James A. Cawood, Knox 

Central, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 - Estill County, Jessamine County, 

Lincoln County, Danville 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, Knott Central, Leslie 

County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell, Sheldon Clark 
CLASS AAAA (1001 - up) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Christian County. Madisonville-North Hopkins, 

Marshall County 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 

Owensboro 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

North Hardin, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Bullitt Central, Oldham County, Shelby County 
REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 

Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA 

District I — 

Butler, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, 

Valley, Western 
District II — 

Atherton, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Moore, Southern 
District III — 

Fern Creek, Iroquois, Male, Manual, Seneca, St. Xavier 
District IV — 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, 

Waggener 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVIII NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1985 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



JlD 



"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS' 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Directors' 
Association held its 9th Annual Conference last April 25- 
27 at the Louisville Inn in Louisville. 

The following topples w/ere discussed: 

"Certification of Para-professionals in Coactiing" 

"Recruiting of tfie Higti Scfiool Athilete 
and N.C.A.A. Rules" 

"Academic Advisors and the High School Athlete" 

"Faculty and Student Trainers" 

This v/as our biggest conference. Our exhibitors 
donated some outstanding door prizes. Each region 
throughout the state also donated door prizes. 

The National Athletic Directors' Conference will be held 
in Anaheim, California December 15-18, 1985. We are 
hoping that a large number of athletic directors from 
Kentucky will be able to attend. 



Don Webb 
K.H.S.A.D.A. President 



From the Commissioner's Office 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz, 
Kentucky, on Friday, July 19, 1985. The meeting was called 
to order at 9:00 a.m. by President Eldon Davidson. Present 
were all Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout. 
Also present was Julian Tackett, Sports Information 
Director and Lloyd Redman representing the State 
Department of Education. The Invocation was given by 
Bob Rogers. 

Frank Welch made the motion, seconded by Chester 
Turner, that the minutes of the April 19th Board Meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Chester Turner moved, seconded by David Webb, that 
the minutes of the Called Meeting of June 14-15, 1985 be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Davidson gave a brief report on his attendance 
at the National Federation Meeting held in Lexington, 
Kentucky. He stated that visiting states had commented on 
the Hospitality Room hosted by the K.H.S.A.A. Board of 
Control and Staff. He also stated that he enjoyed the many 
good speakers and programs. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Tony dinger, that 
Patrick Crawford be elected President of the Board for the 
1985-86 school year and that Chester Turner be elected 
Vice President. Mr. Crawford and Mr. Turner were elected 
by acclimation. Mr. Davidson then turned the meeting over 
to Mr. Crawford. 

President Crawford called on Bowling Green to make 
their presentation to the Board regarding their bid on the 



1987 Girls' State Basketball Tournament. Making 
presentations were Pam Hereford, representing Western 
Kentucky University; Horace Shrader, Bowling Green 
Tourist Commission; Jim Holton, Bowling Green-Warren 
County Chamber of Commerce: Dee Gibson, Western 
Kentucky University; and Gerald Borders, Greenwood, 
Executive Inn. 

Following a brief question and answer period, Chester 
Turner made a motion, seconded by Ray Story, that the 
1987 Girls State Basketball Tournament be held in 
Bowling Green. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Crawford then called on representatives of 
Lexington and Louisville who had requested to appear 
before the Board to present proposals regarding the 1987 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament sites. Following 
presentations by Lynn Ashton, Account Executive of the 
Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Jim Sauer of 
the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center, Louisville; and 
Mayor Scotty Baesler, John Alexander, Tom Minter, Jim 
Smither, Doug Gibson and Ralph Hacker of Lexington, 
Chester Turner moved, seconded by Ray Story that the 
Board of Control go into Executive Session. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy Executive Session, Chester Turner 
made the motion, seconded by Tony Olinger, that the 
Board go back into Open Session. 

Chester Turner made the motion the site of the 1987 
Boys State Basketball Tournament be in Lexington. Ken 
Tippett seconded the motion, which carried by a vote of 9 
in favor and 1 abstention (Webb). President Crawford 
thanked the Lexington and Louisville representatives for 
their interest and presentations. 

President Crawford appointed the following 
committees: 

BASKETBALL COMMITTEE 

Charlie Wilson. Chairman 

Ray Story, V. Chrmn. 

Tom Buchanan 

Grant Talbott 

Ken Tippett 

ALL-SPORTS COMMITTEE 

Ray Story. Chairman 

David Webb. V. Chrmn. 

Tom Buchanan 

Tony Olinger 

Grant Talbott 

Frank Welch 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Pat Cravtfford, Chairman 

Chester Turner, V, Chrmn. 

Ray Story 

Ken Tippett 

Frank Welch 

FOOTBALL COMMITTEE 

Chester Turner, Chairman 

Frank Welch, V. Chrmn. 

Pat Crawford 

Tony Olinger 

David Webb 

Charlie Wilson 



EAST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

Tony Olinger. Chairman 

Charlie Wilson, V, Chrmn, 

Ken Tippett 

Chester Turner 

Frank Welch 



WEST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

David Webb. Chairman 

Grant Talbott, V. Chrmn 

Tom Buchanan 

Pat Crawford 

Ray Story 

Commissioner Mills briefly discussed the football re- 
alignment for the 1987 season and explained that the 
Football Committee will study the various proposals and 
make recommendations accordingly during the October 
meeting of the Board of Control. 

Following a discussion of the condition of equipment in 
the K.H.S.A.A. Office, Charlie Wilson moved, seconded by 
Frank Welch, that the Commissioner be authorized to 
secure bids and purchase equipment as needed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then distributed copies of the 1985- 
86 Working Budget for discussion. Frank Welch made a 
motion, seconded by Chester Turner, that the Board 
accept the Close Estimate Working Budget as presented. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning April 1, 
1985 and ending June 30, 1985, be allowed. The motion 
carried unanimously. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



AUGUST, 1985 



VOL XLVIII, NO. 1 



Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of Octobers, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 



BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Patrick L.Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Tony dinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Ownesboro, Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

Subscritpion Rate $5.00 per year 



The Board adjourned tor lunch. 

Following a lunch break. President Crawford called on 
Principal Bill Van Winkle of Owensboro High School who 
had requested to appear before the Board to appeal the 
decision of the Commissioner regarding Maurice White, a 
student who was in violation of By-Law 32, Post-Season 
and All-Star Games. Basketball Coach Randy Embry also 
appeared before the Board. Following their presentations 
and questions by Board members, David Webb made a 
motion that By-Law 32 be waived in this case and Maurice 
White's eligibility be restored, but that he be placed on 
probation for the 1 985-86 school year. Ray Story seconded 
the motion, which carried by a vote of 9 in favor and 1 
opposed. 

Commissioner Mills distributed a new Foreign 
Exchange Student Transfer Form he had developed to be 
used beginning with the 1985-86 school year. He asked for 
comments by the Board members. Following a discussion 
of same, Ray Story made a motion that the Foreign 
Exchange Student Transfer Form be accepted for use as 
presented. Frank Welch seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills recommended a new procedure for 
distribution of basketball tournament tickets to member 
schools. Ray Story moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that 
the new procedure be approved on a one-year trial basis. 
The motion carried unanimously. Commissioner Mills 
stated that the order forms would be mailed around 
September 1. 

Mr. Mills presented a request received from Principal 
Prentice Stanford that Monroe County High School 
(formed through the consolidation of Gamaliel and 
Tompkinsville High Schools) be permitted to remain in 
Class A in football through the remainder of the present 
classification period. Following a discussion of the 
request, Ray Story moved, seconded by Tom Buchanan 
that Mr. Stanford's request be denied. The motion carried 
by a vote of 8-1 with David Webb abstaining. 
Assistant Commissioner Stout presented the following 



tournament sites to the Board for consideration: 
Baseball - Elizabethtown High School 
Cross Country - Kentucky Horse Park 

Softball - Lyndon Park, Louisville 

Soccer - Jeffersontown High School 

Wrestling - Atherton High School 

Ray Story made a motion, seconded by Grant Talbott, 
that the tournament sites be accepted as presented. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries distributed a Track re- 
alignment which would be presented to the All-Sports 
Committee for consideration and approval. 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter from Mr. Ernie 
Denham, Executive Director of the Kentucky Golf 
Association, requesting that the Board change high 
school golf season from Spring to Fall. Following a lengthy 
discussion by the Board and due to the fact that the Board 
is very concerned about the loss of school time not only for 
golf but all other sports as well, and the fact that the 1985- 
86 calendar has been changed to prevent the loss of school 
time, Frank Welch inoved thatgolf remainaSpringsportat 
this time. Chester Turner seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

Sports Information Director Julian Tackett requested 
that schools submit suggestions to be included in 
K.H.S.A.A. publications for High School Activities Week 
which will be in October. He will be mailing packets 
regarding same to the high schools in the near future. 

It was decided that the Official Board of Control 
Handbook be voted for acceptance at the next meeting 
which will be held on October 11, 1985 at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Office. Any appeals would be heard on Saturday morning, 
October 12. 

There being no further business, Charlie Wilson moved 
for adjournment. Tony dinger seconded the motion, 
which carried unanimously. 



^^ 



ANNOUNCEMENT 



Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors 



KAPOS has awarded scholarships to 
deserving cheerleaders since 1964. Named in 
honor of our founder, Stella S. Gilb, these 
scholarships have amounted to $19,900. The 
1985 recipients and choice of college are: 
Nancy Beach, Grant County High School 
(University of Kentucky); Karen Cummings, 
Reidland High School (Georgetown College); 
Cindy Jenkins, Lone Oak High School (Murray 
State); and Debra Petett, Tompkinsville High 
School (Western Kentucky). Each of these 
recipients received $1,000 toward her college 
education. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



PAGE THREE 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
JULY 1, 1984 - JUNE 30, 1985 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

(These figures tiave been certified and we fiave a report on file in 
our office.) 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance on iiand - July 1, 1984 
Casfi and Investments $614,084.93 

Revenue from Member Sctnools 15,746.80 

Officials Fees 55,072.00 

Sale of Publications 1,471.20 

Advertising Fees 

Directory 1,050.00 

Magazine 1,900.00 

Other - Tournament Programs 31,750.00 

Interest Earned 60,244.22 

State Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball 607,950.42 

Girls' State Basketball 113,466.37 

Baseball 4,509.00 

Cross Country 4,057.00 

Football 50,996.55 

Soccer 6,698.16 

Softball 2,404.00 

Swimming 1,468.40 

Tennis 403.00 

Track 5.61 1 .00 

Volleyball 2,612.60 

Wrestling 2,158.57 

Refunds/redeposits 38.00 

969.607.29 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $1,583,692.22 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Administrative Salaries Expense 159,589.91 

Clerks & 

Stenographers Salaries Expense 40,525.00 

Legal Services Expense 30,123.74 

Other Administrative Staff Expense ... 14,852.58 

Board of Control Expense 37,196.95 

Audit Expense 1,400.00 

Audio Visual Expense 1,224.80 

Contractual Services Expense 4,810.57 

Administrative Travel Expense 19.498.38 

Postage Expense 14,159.87 

Printing Expense 45,222.01 

Purchase of Publications Expense .... 21,707.98 

Office Supplies Expense 5,479.41 

National Federation Dues Expense 271 .30 

Sports Committee Meetings Expense . . . 3.639.25 
Clinics for Registered 

Officials Expense 3,397.84 

Other Administrative Expense 7,390.01 

Expenses for Conducting State Playoffs 

Baseball 8,431 .56 

Boys' Basketball 197,724.47 

Girls' Basketball 87,445.71 

Cross Country 9,998.49 

Football 27,184.18 

Golf 8,883.12 

Soccer 2,102.20 

Softball 7,572.57 

Swimming 8,013.30 

Tennis 12,667.44 

Track 41 ,870.53 

Volleyball 3,886.71 

Wrestling 3,960.00 

Operation of Plant 

Custodial Salaries Expense 5,716.24 

Custodial Supplies Expense 810.13 

Utilities Expense 11,668.95 

Telephone Expense 10,880.82 

Contractual Services/ 

Buildings & Grounds 7,821.80 

Maintenance Contracts/ 

Buildings & Grounds 1 ,293.00 

Maintenance Contracts/Equipment ... 3,953.56 

Repair/Buildings & Grounds 1 ,980.89 

Repair/Equipment 1 ,453.85 

Equipment Leases 3,478.17 

Other Expenses (New and/or 
replacement of equipment) 26,457.83 



Fixed Charges 

Social Security Contribution 9,295.52 

Teachers Retirement System 20,507.43 

Ky. Unemployment Ins. 

Contribution 1 ,365.57 

Ky. Retirement System 2,610.80 

Employees Insurance 10,206.08 

Other Insurance Expense 125.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $949,855.52 

Balance on Hand - June 30, 1985 
Cash and Investments $633,836.70 

BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement June 30, 1985 $21,879.76 

Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 1104 132.00 

No. 1357 10.00 

No. 1464 48.00 

No. 1540 159.60 

No. 1662 40.40 

No. 1718 76.80 

No. 2073 120.00 

No. 2242 250.00 

No. 2275 20.00 

No. 2282 10.00 

No. 2291 25.00 

No. 2303 15.00 

No. 231 4 30.00 

No. 2327 15.00 

No. 2328 101.50 

No. 2346 10.00 

No. 2358 15.00 

No. 2374 548.10 

No. 2464 49.20 

No. 2470 173.00 

No. 2473 211.20 

No. 2479 15.60 

No. 2484 97.00 

No. 2508 213.60 

No. 2551 35.00 

No. 2562 1 25.00 

No. 2563 1 75.00 

No. 2568 12.00 

No. 2569 30.00 

No. 2605 34.00 

No. 2613 295.20 

No. 2627 532.00 

No. 2629 : 76.00 

No. 2632 28.00 

No. 2635 6.00 

No. 2647 1 73.60 

No. 2659 64.00 

No. 2669 164.92 

No. 2682 874.60 

No. 2688 665.39 

No. 2693 1,326.66 

No. 2694 1,000.00 

No. 2695 1 22.41 

No. 2696 80.00 

No. 2697 79.20 

No. 2699 30.00 

No. 2495 40.80 

- 8,355.78 
Reconciled Bank Balance - June 30, 1985 $13,523.98 



1984-85 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 



RECEIPTS: 

Balance/checking account - July 1, 1984 $5,185.16 

Interest on Certificate of Deposit - July 23 797.26 

Interest on Now Account - July 31 14.91 

Interest on CD. - August 22 823.84 

Interest on Now Account - August 31 26.38 

Interest on CD. - September 21 823.84 

Interest on Now Account - September 30 26.21 

Interest on CD. - October 19 744.10 

Interest on Now Account - October 31 24.40 

Interest on CD. - November 19 980.96 

Interest on Now Account - November 30 11.67 

Interest on CD. - December 19 949.31 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



Interest on Now Account - December 31 15.16 

Interest on CD. - January 22 980.96 

Interest on Now Account - January 31 18.40 

Interest on CD. - February 20 980.96 

Interest on Now Account - February 28 19.41 

Interest on CD. - Marcti 19 886.03 

Interest on Now Account - Marcti 31 23.23 

Interest on CD. - April 19 980.96 

Interest on Now Account - April 30 28.90 

Interest on CD. - May 21 949.31 

Interest on Now Account - May 31 30.82 

Interest on CD. - June 19 980.96 

Interest on Now Account - June 30 30.90 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $16,334.04 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirennent Payments (12 @ $265,81) 3,189.72 

Certificate of Deposit 5,000.00 

Ctiecking Account Service Charge 28 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $8,190.00 

Balance/checking account - June 30, 1985 $8,144.04 

Certificate of Deposit - Due October 18. 1985 105,000.00 

TOTAL RETIREMENT TRUST FUND ASSETS .... $113,144.04 



ANNUAL MEETING 
FOOTBALL ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 

May 13, 1985 

The Annual Meeting of the Football Assigning 
Secretaries for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association was held at the Association Office, 560 East 
Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky, on May 13, 1985. The 
meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Billy V. Wise, 
Executive Assistant. Those answering roll call were: 



Joe Russell 

Harold Mischel 

Jack Goodman 

Don Metzger 

Stan Steldel 

Not Represented 

Ray Canady 

Don Stacy 

Layne Tackett 

Frank Firesline 

Julian Tackett, Director 



Western Kentucky 

Big Eight 

Mid-Kentucky 

Kentuckiana 

Northern Kentucky 

Central Kentucky 

13th Region 

14th Region 

15th Region 

16th Region 

KHSAA Sports Information 

Mr. Wise made an announcement that he attended a 
Gectional committee meeting in Columbus, Ohio, for the 
purpose of discussing reciprocity for officials among the 
states of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and West 
Virginia. This proposal hopefully will be finalized in 
January, 1986, and will begin with the 1986-87 school year. 

There was a lengthy discussion concerning assigning 
officials to regular season and bowl games. Some of the 
problems that the assigning secretaries brought out were 
(1 ) not enough personnel in region; (2) lack of security for 
officials working in certain areas; (3) school officials not 
cooperating with officials; (4) schools not wanting officials 
from their home region; (5) some regions not using proper 
rating system; (6) complaints from officials concerning 
mileage (rate of .15/mile in areas where they must travel 
long distances); (7) officials cancelling games at the last 
minute for various reasons; (8) lack of communication 
from this office concerning action taken against school 
officials, such as disciplinary action against a coach for a 
violation; (9) non-uniformity in using four or five man 
crews. Ray Canady made a motion, seconded by Joe 
Russell, that all game assignments, excluding KHSAA 
play-off games, be made by the Assigning Secretary of the 
Region/Association in which the designated "home" team 
belongs. The motion passed 9-0. 

Jack Goodman made a motion, seconded by Stan 
Steidel, that a copy of all communication from this office 
concerning violations by schools, coaches, etc., be sent to 



the assigning secretary in that region or association. The 
motion passed 9-0. 

Joe Russell made a motion, seconded by Harold 
Mischel, that the mileage rate be raised to .20/mile. This 
would be subject to the Board of Control's approval when 
they meet in July. Motion passed 9-0. 

There was no action taken concerning the evaluation 
sheet that is now in use. The Secretaries decided that this 
form was adequate for their needs to evaluate each official 
properly. The Observer's Report that the Basketball 
Assigning Secretaries adopted for aiding in their 
evaluation of their officials was passed out and the 
Secretaries were asked to look it over, make the necessary 
changes they felt were necessary in order to adapt it to the 
evaluation of football officialsand makethesuggestionsat 
the next meeting. It will also be decided at that time if they 
wish to use such a form. 

There was a lengthy discussion concerning the officials' 
concern because state play-off officials were chosen 
mostly from the Lexington, Northern Kentucky and 
Louisville area. A motion was made by Harold Mischel, 
seconded by Don Stacy to leave the choice of state play- 
off officials as is presently done. A committee composed of 
Joe Russell, Chairman, Don Metzger and Frank Firestine 
was appointed to evaluate various methods of assigning 
officials to state play-off games and to bring their report 
back to the body at the meeting for the 1986-87 season. A 
decision will be made at that time whether or not there will 
be a change. 

There were short discussions concerning scratch lists 
by coaches and the number of scratches they are allowed, 
official's handbook and how it can aid the assigning 
secretaries and schools, and also the needfor5 man crews 
to be used at all games. No action was taken on these 
topics at this time. 

Mr. George Mercker, an attorney who is also an official, 
made a short talk. He reviewed some past and present 
litigation concerning negligence of officials in the 
performance of their duties; negligence of supervisors in 
the training and assigning of officials; and negligence of 
the officials' association in training of officials. 

Additionally, there was discussion and review of the 
advantages and disadvantages of an unincorporated 
association versus an incorporated association, current 
tax laws were again reviewed and the assigning 
secretaries were reminded that there are criminal statutes 
concerning athletic contests in Kentucky. 

There being no further business or discussion, Layne 
Tackett made a motion, seconded by Joe Russell that the 
meeting adjourn. The motion passed 9-0. 



****** 

ATTENTION: PRINCIPALS 



Please make the following correction on the back 
of your Annual Varsity and Annual Jr. Varsity 
Participation Forms; Under IMPORTANT 
INSURANCE NOTICE, "This is an excess plan with 
a $3,500.00 deductible clause." 



Sorry for any inconvenience this error may have 
caused you. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



OWENSBORO CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BASEBALL CHAMPION — 1984-85 










J'?-3liH*«a 



Front Row (L to R): Brandon Millay, Neil Corley, Joey McGorvern, Scott Hicks, Mike Alexander, Brian Wright, Phillip 
McGovern. Second Row: Gary Abshier, David Phelps, Paul Bernard, David Phelps, Danen Dockemeyer, David Bernard, John 
Elder, Gary Garvin. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 



Covington Catholic 3 



Pleasure Ridge Park 5 



Owensboro Catholic 2 



Pleasure Ridge Parl< 2 



Owensboro Catholic 7 




Elizabethtown High School 
May 31 - June 1, 1985 



Owensboro Catholic 



Cumberland 1 



Tournament Officials 

Wally Burdette - Lousiville 

Mondo Angelucci - Lexington 

Harold Hunter - Radcliffe 

Andrew Christofield - Covington 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



1985 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

BOYS TEAM CHAMPION 
SAYRE HIGH SCHOOL 




Left to right: 1st Row-Ford Lankford, Bill Meadows, Ford Stanley. 
2nd Row-John Lankford. Refer Leach, Coach Tom Isaacs. Not in 
picture Scott Levy. 



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BOYS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Rafer Leach 

Sayre High School 



BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPION ^ 
Shawn Paker, Mike Wilkins i 
Murray High School > 




GIRLS TEAM CHAMPION 
SAYRE HIGH SCHOOL 




Left to r 
Parrish 
picture 



ight: 1st Row-Hillary Hobbs, Emery Backer. 2nd Row 
Virginia Peppiatt, Susan Sloane, Coach Tom Isaacs 
Kelly Madauss. 



-Holly 
Not in 




GIRLS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Susan Sloane 

Sayre High School 



GIRLS DOUBLES CHAMPION 

Wendy Anderson, Courtney Jones 

Henry Clay High School 





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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



1984-85 KHSAA STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

May 24-25, 1985 

ASSUMPTION HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM 




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(1 












Front Row (L to R): Amy Brown, Karen Kopp, Kysteen Pfaadt, Jennifer Burmester, Laurie 
Williams, Lisa Mozzali. Second Row: Suzanne Weihe, Tricia Possey, Gretchen Bush, Dana 
Jones, Missy Finegan, Shannon Hill. Third Row: Coach Stephanie Greathouse, Laurie Morris, 
Renee Russ, Gail Harrison, Cathy May, Trina Anderson. 



Pleasure Ridge 


Park 


7 


Bullitt East 










11 


2 






Bullitt East 


Assumption 


7 


Assumption 








1 


9 


Leslie Co. 










2 




Assumption 


















Assumption 



Warren Central 



Madisonville 



Newport Central Catholic 3 



Daviess Co. 



Estill Co. 



Madisonville 



Estill Co. 



Daviess Co. 



PAGE EIGHT 



HENRY CLAY 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 

Twenty-Sixth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 30 - June 1, 1985 



MInnlhan - Abell 



Amy Browning 
HIGHLANDS 


Kati 


Walters 


Shannon 
6-0, 6-0 






Slac 


e Whaley 




LONE OAK 







SEEDED PLAYERS 

Trish Mahon/Sue Anne Bird - Henderson Co 
Karen Minnfhan/Julie Abell - Sacred Heart 
Sarah Rowan Dawn Brohman - Sacred Heart 
Courtney Jones/Wendy Anderson-Henry Clay 
Shannon Ball/Shelly Ball - Henderson Co 
Candy Neagle/Alesa Adams - Villa Madonna 
Virginia Peppiatt/HHIary Hobbs - Sayre 



HENRY CLAY 



I Montague - Kathy Duane 



Mona Bell - Abby Cla 
GREEN CO 


I" 




Julie Ward - Melanie L 


ang 


Bell - Clark 


RUSSELL 


Delaull 



Robin Brantley ■ Shan Brantley 
LONE OAK 


Pawsat - Sharp 
?-6 (7-3), 6-2 


Peppial 
6-0, 7-6 




Susan Pawsal - Margie Sharp 




ST PATRICK 


Peppiall - Hobbs 
6-3, 2-6, 6-2 




Natalie White ■ Drue Ann Belcher 










Virginia Peppiatt - Hillary Hobbs 




SAYRE 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



PAGE NINE 



Twenty-Sixth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 30 - June 1, 1985 



SEEDED PLAYERS 



Tern Slanlield - Elizi 
Holly Parnsh - Sayre 
Julie Guess - Easteri 



Kris Dicken - Campbell Co 


Dicken 
6-2 6-0 


Dicken 
6-0, 6-0 


Kim 
Son 

Dicken 
6-1 6-0 


Draud - Dixie Heights 
ya Wilcoxsin - Green C 

Parnsh 
6-3 7-5 


















Dixon 
6-2 6-1 












Stephanie Dixon - Henderson Co 




Wilcoxsin 

3-6, 6-3. 6-2 




6.F i '^'""" 








Evelyn Pepper Bowling Green 




Wilcoxsin 

6-2 6-1 












Sonya Wilcoxsin 
: wilcoxsin 




Parnsh 
6-3 6-3 








Jo Ellen Smaha - Male 




6-1 6-0 


















Slanlield 
6-0 6-0 
















1 Marcum 


Slanlield 
6-0 6-2 








Terrl Slanlield ■ Ellzabelhlown 




blanlield 


Sloane 
6-1, 6-0 








Mary Ann Sharp SI Palnck 




Smilh 
6-2, 6-2 
















Yates 


Parrish 
6-2 6-2 








Ginger Smith ■ Maytield 

■ Smith 




Parrish 
6-0, 6-3 








Holly Parnsh Sayre Parrish 




Heather Crown Bourbon Co j "-" "-" 


Bryan 
0-6, 6-4 6-2 




Sandy Sutton Richmond Model Sutton 






Coomes 
6-2, 6-4 










Guess 
6-4 6-1 














Wade 
6-0, 6-0 






Susan Sloane 

6-3 7-5 


Emma Webb - Western Duane 


Susan Duane - Male ; •>' i-" 


SAYRE 




Denisc Meliger - Corbin ™ade 
—;r —— • 6-2, 1-6, 6-0 




Guess 

6-4, 6-1 








Paige Crider - Russell '-"^"y 






Bryan 
6-2 6-0 




BYE 






Pleiler 
6-0 6 














Sloane 
6-0 6-0 




Diane Pleiler - Owensboro Catholic '"'='''" 




BYE 






Bryan 
6 1, 6-2 










Draud 
6-1, 6-2 




Krii Thnmnson Rnvd Co "* lliuiiipjuii 














Hileman 
6-3, 6-3 
























Draud 
6-3 6-2 










Sloane 
6-0, 6-1 














Walker 
62, 6 2 












BYE 




Tern Walker - Holy Cross 1 "^iRer 






BYE 






Sloane 
6-0, 6 




BYE 




Amy Hall - Henderson rn ~1 """ 










SYE 




Susan Sloane - Sayre 1 " ^ 











PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



Fifty-Second Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 30 - June 1, 1985 







Lanklord - Meadows 


Lanklord 
6-0, 6-2 




BYE 


Zambrano - Howard 
6-4. 6-2 


- Meadows 


Derk Coleman • Denny Jack 
DOSS 


son 








Eduardo Zambrano - Robbi 
OWENSBORO CATHOLIC 


Howard 









SEEDED PLAYERS 

Sayre - John Lankford/Bill Meadows 

Boone County - Mark McAndrew/Andrew Gri 

Trinity - John Meade'Timmer Halligan 

St. Xavier - Terry Gornet/Bryan Cassis 

St, Xavier - Jeff Burton/Hay Shea 

Owensboro Catholic ■ Vimal Palel/Jelf Marin 

Murray - Shawn Parker/Mike Wilkins 

Meade County - John Devries/T Parker 



r Halligan - John Me 



Panther - Maihe 

6-1. 7-6 (7-2) 



McAndrew - Green 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1985 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Fifty-Second Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucl<y 

May 30 - June 1, 1985 



Raler Leach - Sayre 


Leach 


Leach 
6-0, 6-0 


Leach 
6-0. 6-2 


Leach 

6-1, 6-0 


SEEDED PLAYERS 
Scott Hill - Henderson 
Rafer Leach - Sayre 
Scolt Draud - Highlands 
Rocky Mason - Henry Clay 


BYE ^- 


Mark Anderson - Ballard 




alien 


Jelf Lewandowski St Xavier 


Trevor Allen - Boyd Co 


J 

Palel 
5-1, 6-3 










Palel 




Nirav Patel — Owensboro Catholic 


Jefl McLean • St. Xavier 


Martin 

4 6. 5-3. 6-1 




""Collrell 




Ronnie Cottrell - Pleasure Ridge Pa 




1 

Lewandowski 
7-5 6-2 






Lewandowski 










Draud 
5-0. 6-0 










Allen 




Chester Allen Trinity 




Marlin 

i 6, 6-3, 6-0 








are h 


Hayden 




Patrick Hayden - St, Camillus 




Dr„od 
6-1. 6-2 






Martin 




Brian Martin - Owensboro 




Draud 
6-0, 6-0 










Draud 




Scott Draud - Highlands 

u 






Scolt Hill 
6-1.6-0 






Barber 




Todd Barber - Doss 




Hill 

6-4 6-4 










Avenirlo 




Jav Avenido Elizabethto 






Anderson 

6-7 (4-7). 6-1 6-2 










Hill 










Anderson 
6-2, 6-0 










Anderson 










Mason 
6-2, 6-3 








Rntt Latham - Christian Co 


6-3, 6-4 




Richie Cantrell Bowlina Grp 


Adams 
6-0, 6-1 






Adams 

7-6, (7-2), 6-4 




Glen Conyers - Bath Co 




McLean 

7-6 (7-5). 6-1 






Wrentmore 
7-5.6-2 






McLean 
6-0, 6-1 






Lankford 
6-3. 6-0 


6-4, 3-6. 6-1 










John Miller - Taylor Co. 


McLean 
6-3, 6-4 




Schrecker 
6-2, 6-2 






Bryan 




BYE 




Mason 
6-2. 6-4 




. ^ ^\ \ I ' 


Schrecker 






Yeager 

6-7 (6-8), 6-4, 6-2 








' 


Yeaqer 






Hiil 
6-1,6-0 










Nichols 










Mason 
6-0, 6-0 








nan ic os oss 1- 


Pinkslon 






Strunk 
7-5, 6-1 










Mason 










Bulen 
6-3, 6-3 








TTi 


Dallas 












Buten 






Slrunk 
6-2. 6-2 










Boarman 




8VE 




6-1, 6-2 




John Boarman - Owensboro Catho 




Strunk 










Buchanan 
6-4. 6-3 










Buchanan 




















Tooley 






Hill 
5-0, 6-0 








BYE 


Kirtley 














Hill 

























PAGE TWELVE 



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GIRLS 

Sayre 15 

Sacred Heart 10 

Henderson County 7 

Henry Clay 5 

Campbell County 4 

Owensboro Catholic 4 

Oixie Heights 3 

Eastern 3 

Elizabethtown 3 

Green County 3 

Corbin 2 

Fairdale 2 

Heath 2 

Highlands 2 

Holy Cross 2 

Lone Oak 2 

Mayfield 2 

St. Patrick 2 

Villa Madonna 2 

Meade County 

Model 

Paul Blazer 

Scott County 

Western 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Male 

Russell 

Russelluille 

Warren Central 



1985 State Tennis 
Championships 

BOYS 

Sayre 12 

St. Xavier 9 

Highlands 7 

Owensboro Catholic 6 

Trinity (Louisville) 6 

Henderson County 5 

Henry Clay 4 

Murray 4 

Owensboro 3 

Pendleton County 3 

Ballard 2 

Danville 2 

Dixie Heights 2 

Elizabethtown 2 

Marshall County 2 

Western 2 

Bowling Green 1 

Boyd County 1 

Christian County 1 

Meade County 1 

Bath County 

Boone County 

Doss 

Harrodsburg 

Lone Oak 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

St. Camillus 

Scott County 

Taylor County 

Tompkinsville 



PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL, SOCCER 
AND VOLLEYBALL— SEPTEMBER 9 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. 
It will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated 
by the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared w/ith the Commissioner. 

If you would like a copy of any 1984-85 issue of the 
"Athlete" (except December), we have some extra 
copies for distribution. Please notify the K.H.S.A.A. 

office. 

ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 

BASKETBALL 1985-86 



NAME 


ADDRESS 




TELEPHONE 


Jim Henley 


Route 1 


Res 


502-628-3536 




Bardwell 42023 


Bus 


502-628-5476 


Bill Burton 


PC. Box 217 


Res 


502-388-9980 




Eddyville 42038 


Bus 


502-388-7248 


Jerry Kimmel 


Box 86 
Beectimont 42323 


Res 


502-476-2656 


Dr William t^eador 


s Box 37, Windsor Cireie 


Res 


502-842-4141 




Bowling Green 42101 


Bus 


502-745-3347 


Howard Gardner 


810 McCullum Avenue 
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Res 


502-765-6273 


Pete Mattingly 


1514 Cardinal Drive 


Res 


502-459-5793 




Louisville 40213 


Bus 


502-458-2129 


Carol Funk 


3501 Illinois Avenue. 


Res 


502-458-1167 



VII 


Roy Winctiester 


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Res 


502-845-5040 


IX 


Bob tvlilier 


197 Holiday Lane 


Res 


606-441-5885 






Fort Thomas 41075 


Bus 


606-292-3064 


X 


Howard Rogers 


17 Maryland Avenue 


Res 


606-744-1785 


XI 




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Bobby Fiynn 


428 McKenna Court 


Res 


606-299-5902 






Lexington 40505 


Bus 


606 


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XII 


Charles E Hall 


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Res 


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Bus 


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XIII 


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Res 


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XV 


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Res 


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or 7239 ^ 


XVI 


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Res 


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Bus 


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VOLLEYBALL 
COMMITTEE MINUTES 

The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Office in Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Wednesday, June 26, 1985. The meeting was 
called to order at 9:30 a.m. by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant 
Commissioner. Committee members present inluded 
John Bancroft, Bunny Daugherty, Ann Karrick, Margi 
McKenna, Sally Meng, Joan Mitchell, John Smith and 
Donna Wolfe. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournament and sites. Ms. DeVries advised the Committee 
of the changes in the teams in regions. Committee 
members will check in their area and report back so that 
sites can be determined in the near future. 

Following a discussion of the items on the Regional 
Tournament Information Sheet, a change in the regional 
tournament format was suggested. John Smith 
recommended that the format be changed to a double 
elimination tournament, which carried unanimously. This 
format would eliminate the need for a tie-breaking 
procedure on the information sheet. 

A discussion followed regarding the site for the 1985 
State Volleyball Tournament to be held November 1-2, 
1985. Written requests to host the tournament had been 
received from Fairdale High School and the University of 
Kentucky. Due to the fact that the University had two 
courts available for pool play, Ann Karrick recommended 
that the 1985 State Volleyball Tournament be held at the 
University of Kentucky. The recommendation carried. 

There continues to be a severe shortage of volleyball 
officials in the state and especially in the Northern 
Kentucky Region. It was suggested that former volleyball 
players, physical education majors, etc., be recruited to 
get involved in officiating. The Committee felt an assigning 
secretary for volleyball would help in this endeavor. 

The clinic dates for 1985 are as follows: 

August 20-Louisville-lroquois High School - 7:30 p.m. 

August 22-Alexandria-Campbell County High School 
7:30 p.m. 

August 27-Lexington-Sportsworld - 6:00 p.m. 

Mike McDaniel requested that the Committee develop a 
policy on forfeits. The following procedure will be in effect 
for the 1985-86 season. A team that is 15 mintues late will 
forfeit one game. After one-half hour, the match is forfeited 
upon mutual consent of both coaches and officials, the 
match can be played as scheduled. If a match has to be 
scheduled at a later date, the offending school must pay 
the officials fee for the forfeited match. 

Ms. DeVries briefly discussed the National Federation 
rule changes. Changes to be made in the Constitution and 
By-Laws under Volleyball Rules and Regulations would be 
changing the type of tournament from round robin play to 
double elimination for regional tournaments. 

Following a discussion of various miscellaneous items, 
the meeting was adjourned. 



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VOL. XLVIII NO. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1985 



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Officers Elected for K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control 

By Julian Tackell 




Pat Crawford 



Chester Turner 



Pat Crawford, former Principal of Ballard High School in 
Louisville, and Chester Turner, Principal of Highlands 
High School in Fort Thomas, were elected President and 
Vice-President, respectively, of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association at the July meeting of the Board held 
at Lake Barkley State Park, 

Crawford, who is currently serving as a Special Assistant 
to the Deputy Superintendent of the Jefferson County 
Schools, served as Ballard's Principal from 1968 until this 
past July. Prior to his tenure at Ballard. Crawford served as 
a middle school principal, assistant principal, teacher and 
coach at various locations in the Jefferson County system. 
He has been involved in athletics through out his education 
career including a stmt as head swimming coach and 
assistant football coach at Waggener High School. 

When asked why he wanted to serve on the Board, and 
particularly why he wished to be an officer, Crawford 
said, "I feel as though the Board is in a growing time, 
experiencing more and more leadership and further 
developing our values and ideals." "I enjoy being a part of 
that and helping to contribute,", he concluded. He 
probably would have retired this past July were it not for 
his new office on the Board, but he felt the need to finish 
this commitment and to offer himself to the Board and to 
the member schools His hopes are for the Board and the 
Association to continue to improve their administrative 
growth and school communication while also further 
refining working procedures. 

Crawford plans on retiring in July of 1986 to Sanibel 
Island, Florida with his wife Suzanne, a thirty year teacher 
in the Jefferson County system. The Crawfords have one 
child, a daughter. Jennifer 

Principal Chester Turner of Highlands is no stranger to 
athletics or administration The new Vice-President of the 
Board is in his sixteenth year as Highlands' Principal 
following eleven years as an Assistant Principal at 
Covington Holmes. He has been actively involved in Ninth 
Region athletics and on a statewide level with various 
associations concerned with perpetuating and improving 
Kentucky's education. 

Turner, currently in his third year as a Board member, 
ran for Board originally because of his feelings for 
athletics' involvement in the high school education. 
"Athletics is a very important part of the total educational 
program," he said, "and I felt as though I had something to 
offer the Board and the schools." 

During his remaining tenure. Turner would like to see 
the Association and the Board be more responsive to 
schools and provide more leadership in such areas as 
scheduling and the total program. "I would like to see us 




work closer with academics so that athletics complements 
academics, and not the reverse," he said, "and 
occasionally I am afraid we forget that academics is first." 
Turner, and his wife Mar|orie, a retired civil service 
employee, have one son, Kevin, a 23 year old working in 
the greater Cincinnati area 



MINUTES OF THE 

EAST ELIGIBILITY 

COMMITTEE MEETING 



The East Eligibility Committee of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H S.A.A Office, 
Lexington, on Wednesday, August 28. 1985. The meeting 
was called to order at 10:30 am. by Commissioner Tom 
Mills. Present were Tony Olinger, Chairman of the East 
Eligibility Committee, Ken Tippett, Chester Turner, Frank 
Welch and Charlie Wilson. 

Commissioner Mills explained that the hearing would be 
informal and called upon Alice Keys, Attorney for Clayton 
Plageman, to proceed with her case Also present on 
behalf of Clayton Plageman were Karen Plageman, his 
mother: Principal William Dosch. Bellevue High School. 
Bill Penick, Director of the Day Treatment Program: and 
Alice Martinson, Educational Coordinator, Treatment 
Programs. 

Commissioner Mills had declared Clayton Plageman 
ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics based 
on By-Law 5, Sec. 1 (c). Karen Plageman had requested a 
hearing before the Board to request that they waive By- 
Law 5. as it applied to Clayton and declare him eligible. 

Following testimony by all parties on behalf of Clayton 
and questions by the Committee members, Charlie Wilson 
made a motion, seconded by Ken Tippett that the decision 
of the Commissioner be upheld in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then called on Bob Tighe who had 
requested a hearing also to appeal the decision of the 
Commissioner as it related to By-Law 6. Transfer Rule. 
Robie and Alicia Tighe were declared ineligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics when they 
transferred from Sayre High School to Lafayette High 
School. 

Following comments to the Committee by Bob Tighe. 
Mrs. Tighe, Robie and Alicia and questions to theTighes, 
and a lengthy discussion thereof. Ken Tippett made a 
motion, seconded by Chester Turner, that the decision of 
the Commissioner be upheld in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

There being no further appeals to come before the 
Eligibility Committee, the meeting was adjourned. 



SPECIAL NOTICE 



Principals and Superintendents: 

Reminder! Get your Boys and Girls State 
Basketball Tournament Ticket Orders in to the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office by November 1, 1985 to insure 
priority. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1985 



SEPTEMBER, 1985 



VOL XLVIII, NO. 2 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for In Section 1 103. Act of Octobers, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyvllle, Tony Ollnger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcllff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Ownesboro, Ken TIppett (1985-1989) 
Versailles. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

Subscrltpion Rate $5.00 per year 



e 



GOLF 

COMMITTEE MEETING 

MINUTES 



The Golf Committee met on Monday, June 10, 1985, at 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association office In 
Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVrles 
called the meeting to order at 10:00 A.M. Committee 
members present were: Ernie Denham, Jackie Reed, Lou 
Brown, Danny Splllman, Bill Frost and TIsh Carr. 

The first Item on the agenda was regional tournament 
information. The date for the tournaments are May 27 and 
28, 1986. The committee made some major changes In the 
Information which will be mailed to the schools. The 
reduction of regions and alignment of schools by region 
was discussed with the recommendation that each 
committee member receive a copy for review. 

Ernie Denham gave a short report of the status of golf In 
Jefferson County. He will be conducting 5 clinics around 
the state In early spring and the K.H.S.A.A. will assist in 
promoting these clinics. The clinics will be geared toward 
the high school player and coach. 

The second Item on the agenda was a discussion of the 
state tournaments. The dates for the tournaments are June 
3 and 4, 1986. The boys' tournament will be played at Doe 
Valley Country Club In Brandenburg and the girls' 
tournament will be at Ellzabethtown Country Club, 
Ellzabethtown. 



The committee reviewed the state tournament 
Information sheet and made some revisions. It was 
suggested that a statement be Included referring to the 
fact that substitutions may be made for team members 
only, not Individuals. Bill Frost suggested that regional 
results be phoned In to the Courier Journal, as well as 
being mailed to him. It was also suggested that the phone 
number of the faculty sponsor be Included on the regional 
entry blank. It was suggested that Jackie Reed assist Bill 
Frost In securing marshals for the 1986 girls' tournament. It 
was recommended that rule sheets be available for 
participants at the meeting held the evening before the 
tournaments. 

The next item included a discussion of golf as a fall 
sport. The committee was unanimous In its support for golf 
in the fall and will send a recommendation to the July 
Board of Control meeting at Lake Barkley where this topic 
will be an Item on the agenda. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



O 



VOLLEYBALL 
INFORMATION 



The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor regional and state volleyball 
tournaments In October and November, 1985. The 
regional tournaments will be held during the week of 
October 21st and the State Tournament is scheduled for 
November 1st and 2nd at the University of Kentucky, 
Lexington, Ky. 

The manager will be Assistant Commissioner BrIgId L. 
DeVries. 

The region sites and teams assigned to each are listed 
below: 

Region I (at Falrdale High School)-Beth Haven Butler, 
Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Fort Knox, Holy Rosary, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western: 

Region II (at Iroquois High School)-Atherton. Central, 
Iroquois, Male, Manual, Mercy, Moore, Ninth & 0, Portland 
Christian, Presentation, Southern, Southwest Christian; 

Region III (at Ballard High School) Assumption Ballard, 
Christian Academy, Eastern, Fern Creek, Fort Campbell, 
Jeffersontown, Ky., Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred 
Heart, Seneca, Waggener; 

Region IV (at Dixie Heights, St. Henry and Holy Cross)- 
Beechwood, Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Ludlow, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon 
Kenton, Villa Madonna: 

Region V (at Newport)-Bellevue. Boone County, Bishop 
Brossart, Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, 
Dayton, Highlands, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, 
Walton Verona; 

Region VI (at Sportsworld-Lexlngton)-Onelda Baptist, 
Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Woodford County. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1985 



PAGE THREE 



1985 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned to each class and are listed below. Each school listed 
will receive from the regional manager an information sheet and entry form to the meet- 



REGION I: 

Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School, Cedar 

Street, Providence, Kentucky 42450 (502-667-7065) 

Boys Class A: Central City, Crittenden County, Fort 

Campbell, Fulton, Fulton County, Graham. Hughes-Kirk, 

Lyon County, Muhlenberg Central, Providence, Reidland, 

South Hopkins, St. Mary. Trigg County. West Hopkins 

Girls Class A: Central City. Crittenden County. Fort 

Campbell. Fulton. Graham. Hughes-Kirk. Lyon County. 

Muhlenberg Central. Providence. South Hopkins. Trigg 

County. West Hopkins 

Manager: Tony Rowe. Daviess County High School. 4255 

New Hartford Road. Owensboro. Kentucky 42301 (502- 

684-5285 

Boys Class AA: Bowling Green. Breckinridge County. 

Calloway County. Grayson County. Owensboro Catholic. 

Union County, Webster County, Warren East 

Girls Class AA: Bowling Green, Breckinridge County. 

Calloway County. Grayson County, Owensboro Catholic, 

Union County, Webster County, Warren East 

Boys Class AAA: Apollo, Christian County, Daviess 

County, Henderson County, Hopkinsvilie. Madisonville- 

North Hopkins, Marshall County. North Hardin. 

Owensboro, Warren Central 

Girls Class AAA: Apollo. Christian County. Daviess 

County. Henderson County, Hopkinsvilie. Madisonville- 

North Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin, 

Owensboro. Warren Central 

REGION II 

Manager: Bobby Williams. West Hardin High School. 

Stephensburg. Kentucky 42781 (502-862-3924) 

Boys Class A: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Caverna, Christian 

Academy, Edmonson County. Fort Knox. Glasgow. Green 

County. Hancock County. Hart County, Kentucky Country 

Day, Monroe County, St. Francis, Trinity (Whitesville). 

West Hardin. Trimble County 

Girls Class A: Bardstown. Bethlehem. Caverna, Edmonson 

County, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Hancock County, Hart 

County, Kentucky Country Day, Monroe County, St. 

Francis, Trimble County, Trinity (Whitesville) West Hardin 

Boys Class AA: Barren County, East Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, LaRue County, Meade County, North 

Bullitt, Washington County, Franklin-Simpson 

Girls Class AA: Barren County, East Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, LaRue County, Meade County, North 

Bullitt, Washington County. Franklin-Simpson 

Manager: Bro. Borgia. St. Xavier High School. 1609 Poplar 

Level Road. Louisville, Kentucky 40217 (502-637-4712) 

Boys Class AAA: Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont 

Manual, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, St. Xavier 

Girls Class AAA: Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont 

Manual, Iroquois, Male, Presentation Acdemy, Sacred 

Heart Academy, Shawnee 

REGION III 

Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School (at Thomas 

Moore), 200 Jackson Street, Dayton, Kentucky 41074 

(606-261-4357) 

Boys Class A: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, 

Dayton, Ludlow, Newport Central Catholic, Silver Grove, 

St. Henry, Walton-Verona 



Girls Class A: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Dayton, Ludlow, 
Newport Central Catholic, Silver Grove, St. Henry. Walton- 
Verona 

Boys Class AA: Conner. Covington Catholic. Dixie 
Heights. Highlands. Lloyd Memorial. Pendleton County. 
Scott. Simon-Kenton 

Girls Class AA: Conner. Dixie Heights. Highlands. Lloyd 
Memorial. Pendleton County. Scott. Simon-Kenton 
Manager: Rich Rostal. Trinity High School. 4011 
Shelbyville Road. Louisville. Kentucky 40207 (502-895- 
9427) 

Boys Class AAA: Ballard. Eastern, Fern Creek. 
Jeffersontown. Moore. Oldham County. Seneca. Trinity 
(Louisville). Waggener 

Girls Class AAA: Assumption. Ballard. Eastern. Fern 
Creek. Moore. Oldham County, Seneca 

REGION IV 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 

Shelby Street, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 (502-223-8030) 

Boys Class A: Anderson County, Augusta, Carroll County, 

Frankfort. Gallatin County. Grant County, Lexington 

Catholic. Maysville. Owen County. Spencer County. 

Williamstown 

Girls Class A: Anderson County. Frankfort. Gallatin 

County, Grant County, Lexington Catholic. Owen County. 

Spencer County. Williamstown. Carroll Co. 

Boys Class AA: Bourbon County. Fleming County, 

Franklin County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, 

Mason County, Montgomery County. Scott County, 

Western Hills, Woodford County 

Girls Class AA: Bourbon County, Franklin County, 

Harrison County, Jessamine County, Montgomery 

County. Scott County. Western Hills. Woodford County 

Manager: Buss Kline. Pleasure Ridge Park High School. 

5901 Greenwood Road. Louisville. Kentucky 40258 (502- 

454-8311) 

Boys Class AAA: Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss. Fairdale, 

Holy Cross. Pleasure Ridge Park, Shelby County, 

Southern, Valley, Western 

Girls Class AAA: Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 

Mercy Academy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shelby County, 

Southern, Valley, Western 

REGION V 

Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, 

311 East University Drive, Somerset, Kentucky 42501 (606- 

679-1574) 

Boys Class A: Berea, Burgin, Garrard County, Harlan, 

Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Mercer County, 

Model, Monticello, Somerset, Wayne County 

Girls Class A: Berea, Burgin, Garrard County, Harlan, 

Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Mercer County, 

Model, Monticello, Somerset, Wayne County, Central 

Kentucky Christian School (Boys and Girls) 

Boys Class AA: Adair County, Bell County, Boyle County, 

Clay County, Danville, Knox Central, McCreary Central, 

Marion County, Middlesboro, Taylor County, Whitley 

County 

Girls Class AA: Adair County, Bell County, Boyle County, 

Clay County, Danville. Knox Central. McCreary Central, 

Marion County, Middlesboro, Tyalor County, Whitely 

County (Continued on Page Ten) 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1985 



BATH COUNTY - CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-IVlay 25, 1985 




(L to R) First Row: Angel McNabb, Connie Lawson, Crystal Potts, Tina Goodpasture. Second Row: Pamela Goodpasture, 
Sandra Caudill, Stacy Crouch, Debbie Ttiompson. Tliird Row: Lu Wills, Cherie Hedricks, Kim Hawkins, Lea Miller, Coach 
Hopey Newkirk. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Gay. Carla (11) Madison 

2 Case. Barbie (10) Belleuue 
3. Ray, Michelle (9) Ballard Mem 

4 Messmer. Molly (11) Newporl Cath 

5 Griftin. Stephanie (11) Oneida 
6. Lawson, Connie (8) Bath 

100m Low Hurdles 

1. Bollinger. Michelle (12) Ft. Knox 

2. Daniel. Gail (12) Ft Campbell 

3. Thomas. Scheome (8) LaRue Co 

4. Brown. Katie (9) Caldwell Co 

5. Canter, Amy (12) Lewis Co 

6 Doctor, Laurie (11) Bellevue 

100m Dash 

1, Beach. Jackie (11) Frankfort 

2. Wilson. Michelle (9) Bullitt East 

3. Miller. Lea (12) Bath Co 

4. Howard, Leslie (12) Harlan Co 

5, Trice, Yvette (11) Ft Campbell 
6 Rainwater, Ladawn (8) LaRue 

200m Dash 

1 Beach, Jackie (12) Frankfort 

2 Pritchard, Maria (11) Ballard Mem 

3 Miller, Lea (12) Bath, Co, 

4 Wilson, Michelle (9) Bullitt East 

5 Johnson, Shannon (10) Todd Cent 

6, Cheatham, Tammi (10) Carroll Co, 

400m Dash 

1. Beach, Jackie (11) Frankfort 

2 Pritchard, Maria (11) Ballard Mem 

3, Winkfield, Serena (8) Frankfort 

4, LaDonna, Kimbell (11) West Hardin 

5 Marsh, Heather (7) Oneida 

6 St.imper, Stephanie (9) Berea 

800m Run 

1 Hawkins, Kim (12) Bath Co. 

2. Hall, Marcia (11) Providence 

3 Winkfield. Serena (8) Frankfort 

4, stamper, Stephanie (9) Berea 

5, May, Leslie (10) Prowidence 

6, Bryant, Melody (9) Menifee Co 

1600m Run 

1, Hawkins, Kim (12) Bath Co 5 

2- May, Leslie (10) Providence 5 

3. Wissman, Tracy (11) St Henry 5 

4. Moutoux, Pam (12) Ky Country Day5 
5 Powell, Lesenna (6) Providence 5 
6, Edgar, Stephanie (7) Dayton 5 



400m Run 

46 95 1 Fort Campbell 

47 72 2 Madison 
48,36 3 Fort Knox 

48 81 4. Todd Co Central 

50 79 5 Bellevue 

51 15 6 Harlan 

800m Relay 

15 1 Bath County 

15.25 2 Fort Knox 

1540 3 Somerset 

15 59 4 Trigg County 

15 76 5 Harlan 

16 15 6 Newport Central Cath 

3200m Relay 

1262 1 Edgar, Stephanie (7) Dayton 

12 86 2 Powell, Lasenna (60) Provideni 
1290 3 Belt, Candy (7) Providence 

13 11 4 Goodpaster, Tina (7) Bath Co 
ki (11) C 
(7) LaRi 



13 16 


5 Thompson, Vic 


1317 


6 Tanner, Carrie 




1600m Relay 


2586 


1 Frankfort 


2668 


2, St Henry 


26,63 


3 Ballard Memor 


2665 


4 Bath County 


27 03 


5 Somerset 


27-29 


6 Trigg Co 



58,00 
5821 
61,00 
61,38 
61 66 
1 02 47 



M8,81 
?:2093 
1:27 00 
?:2866 
?:29 56 
?:30,25' 



11 50 
2575 
2872 
3006 
3450 



Co 



50.37 
50.91 

51.15 
51.72 
51.84 
52.67 



48.26 
:48.7B 

49.91 
50.29 
51.77 



32.66 
5856 
:5881 
32.66 
56.72 
24 43 



4 11.11 
4:11 63 
4:15.06 
4:15.46 
4:1869 
4 19 31 



Discus 

1 Rosa. Linda (11) Madison 

2, Powell. Anita (11) Laurel Co. 

3, Waller, Lon (12) Walton Verono 

4, Bryant, Shatrece (11) Ft, Campbell 

5 Fowler, Brenda (10) Providence 

6 Saylor, Pam (10) Harlan 

Shot Put 

1 Waller, Lori (12) Walton Verona 

2 Powell, Anita (11) LaRue Co, 

3 Melvin, Anita (11) Fort Knox 
4, Lewis, Lisa (12) Todd Central 
5 Wills, Lawanna (9) Bath Co 
6, Turner, Hilari (11) Owen Co 

High Jump 

1, Blanton, Sonya (10) Edmonson Co 

2 Shea, Maureen (12) St. Henry 

3 Hickman, Phyllis (11) Bardstown 

4, Kaufman, Denna (12) Anderson co 

5 Baxter, Marvel (12) Anderson Co. 

6 Gentry. Leslie (11) Fairview 



120' 10" 
112'7" 
1iri" 
108'6" 
107" 
96-8" 



Long Jump 

1 Shea. Maureen (12) St Henry len'-i 

2 Brown. Katie (9) Caldwell Co 16'6'.', 
3. Glass. Amy (10) Somerset 16'8V; 

4 Short. Renee (10) Hazard le'r-: 

5 Woeste. Theresa (10) Bishop Bross 15'8 
6. Elliott. Tokeika (11) Russellville 15'16'-: 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bath County 53 

Frankfort 52 

Providence 36 

St Henry 32 

Fort Knox 30 

Madison 28 

Ballard Memorial 28 

Fort Campbell 24 

LaRue County 24 

Walton— Verona 16 

Somerset 14 

Caldwell County 12 

Bullitt East 12 

Bellevue 11 

Dayton 11 

Edmonson County 10 

Todd County Central 10 

Harlan County 8 

Bardstown 6 

Anderson County 6 

Berea 5 

Trigg County 5 

Newport Catholic 5 

Kentucky Country Day 4 

Hazard 4 

West Hardin 4 

Oneida 4 

Lewis County 2 

Bishop Brossart 2 

Green County 2 

Fairview 1 

Owen County 1 

Russellville 1 

Menifee County 1 

Carroll County 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 25, 1985 




(L to R) Front Row: Pal Williams, Shawn Coles, Darren Bilberry. Second Row: Reggie Watson, Roddre Massey, Calvin Banks. 
Third Row: Coaches Dave Shufelt, Mike McCoy. 



100m Dash 

1 Baker Al (11) Tngg Co 

2 Mitchell, Mark (12) Lex Cath. 
3. Will.ams, Patrick (11) Ft Knox 

4 Allen, Henry (11) Ft Campbell 

5 Carmictiael, Davtd Hazard 

6 Dickman, Bob (12) Ludlow 

200m Dash 

1 Baker, Al (11) Trigg Co 

2, Mitctiell, Mark (12) Lex Catti 

3, Williams, pat (11) Ft Knox 

4 Massey, Rodre' (10) Ft Knox 

5 Robinson, Rodrick (12) Harlan 

6 Dickman, Bob (12) Ludlow 

400m Dash 

1 Bilberry, Darren (12) Ft Knox 

2 Mitchell, Mark (12) Lex Cath 

3 Finch, Sddn (11) Todd Co Cent 

4 Kessler, Ritchie (12) Green Co 
5, Wiesehahn, Tim (12) Lex, Cath 
6 Powell, Terry (11) Prouidence 

800m Run 

1 White, Kirby (12) Jenkins 

2, Kuper, John (11) Bishop Bross 

3, Mays, John (12) Anderson Co 
4 Baker, Tracey (12) Trigg Co 
5, Underwood, Steve (9) Harlan 
6 Oils, Mark (11) LaRue Co 

1600m Run 

1, Kuper, John (11) Bishop Brossart 

2 Cunitf, Cob (10) Berea 

3 Otis. Mark (11) LaRue Co 

4, Moll, Jeff (10) Lexington Cath 

5, Steel. John (10) Bath County 

6, Garland. Craig (12) Trigg 

3200m Run 

1 Cuniff. Cob Berea 

2 Moll. Jetf (10) Lexington. Cath 

3 Wright, Lynus (11) Tngg Co 

4 Steel, John (10) Bath Co 

5 Bertram, Mark (12) Bishop Bross 

6 Minks, John (9) Harlan 

110m High Hurdles 

1 Overstreet, Donald (10) St Mary's 

2 Frazier, Frank (11) Berea 

3, Thomas, Willie (12) Todd Central 

4, Zachary, Derek (11) Nicholas Co 

5 Neat. Greg (11) Campbellsville 

6 Brightwell. Steve (12) Carroll Co 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Massey, Rodre' (10) Ft Knox 

2 Dickman, Bob (12) Ludlow 

3 Thomas, Willie (12) Todd Cent 

4 Hall, Joe (12) St Mary's 

5 Coldiron, Phillip (11) Nicholas Co 

6 Marshall, Jeff (12) LaRue Co 



37 94 
3937 
39 63 

39 37 

40 28 

41 97 





400m Relay 




22,39 


1 Fort Campbell 


4346 


22 50 


2 Fort Knox 


43 95 


22,84 


3 Bardstown 


45 11 


22 99 


4 Ludlow 


45 11 


23 08 


5 Nicholas County 


4569 


23 46 


6 Tngg Co 

1600m Relay 


4578 


49 69 


1 Fori Knox 


3:24,24 


5007 


2 Bellevue 


3,29,03 


50 32 


3 Todd Central 


3:30.08 


51 10 


4 Somerset 


3:30,80 


51 28 


5 Lexington Catholic 


3:32.38 


1 01 37 


6 Providence 

Shot Put 


3:34,66 


1:58 66 


1 Mouncc, Mark (12) Somerset 


51'2" 


1 58 9 


2 Baker, Al (11) Tngg Co 


51'2" 


2:00 56 


3 Blair, Jerry (12) Berea 


49'6" 


2 01 00 


4 Enlow, Alvin (12) Harlan 


48'6" 


2:01 75 


5 Weber, Steve (11) Newport Cath 


47'7" 


2 02 47 


5 Pittman, Jim (12) Harrodsburg 

High Jump 


46'7" 


4,23 18 


1 Overstreet, Donald (10) St Marys 


6"6" 


42545 


2 William, G C (12) Todd Central (tie 


6'4" 


431,75 


3, Payne, Mike (12) Berea (tie) 


6'4" 


4:31,75 


4, Dotson, Gary (11) Nicholas Co 


6'4" 


4:37,09 


5 Martin. Keith (12) Madison 


6'4" 


4:40,22 


6 Wilhite. Harold (10) Harrodsburg 

Pole Vault 


6'2" 


94275 


1 Casey, Mark (12) Anderson Co 


12'6" 


9:44,59 


2 Schindley, Robert (12) Providence 


12'6" 


95318 


3 Wallace, Jon (12) Berea 


120" 


10:11 44 


4 Veatch, Bryan (11) Bellevue 


12'0" 


10 1938 


5, McMonigal. Mike (12) Oneida 


ll'O" 


10 46 00 


6 Wilson, Roy (10) Edmonson Co 


10'6" 



Long Jump 

14 97 1 Mattingly, Paul (12) Bardstown 

15 68 2 Whilhite, Harold (10) Harrodsburg 
1574 3 Robinson, Rodrick (12) Harlan 
15,74 4 Williams, G,C (12) Todd Cen 
16,13 5 Young, Rocky (12) Nicholas Co 
1664 6 Harris, Wendell (12) Frankfort 



Triple Jump 

1 Mattingly, Paul (12) Bardstown 

2 Wilhile Harold (10) Harrodsburg 

3 Munphrey, Marc (9) Carroll Co 

4 Allen Henry (11) Ft Campbell 

5 Young, Rocky (12) Nicholas Co 



Wil 



Robert Pre 



45'0' 
440 
43'6' 
41'6' 
412 
40'10' 



Discus 

1 Mounce, Mark (12) Somerset 

2 Gammonds, Dwayne (12) Murray 

3 McMurty, Ouinn (11) Newport Cath 

4 Pittman, Jim (12) Harrodsburg 

5 Blair, Jerry (12) Berea 

6 Melber, David (12) Heath 



144'7" 
142'7" 
137'6" 
132'5" 
129'1" 
126'5" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Knox 54 

Berea 47 

Lexington Catholic 40 

Tngg County 40 

Todd County Central 35 

Bardstown 25 

Somerset 24 

St Mary's 24 

Harrodsburg 22 

Bishop Brossart 20 

Fort Campbell 18 

Nicholas County 16 

Anderson County ig 

Harlan '.'..'. 15 

Ludlow 15 

Bellevue 12 

Providence 1 1 

Jenkins 10 

Newport Catholic 8 

Murray 8 

LaRue County 8 

Carroll County 7 

Bath County g 

Green County 4 

Campbellsville 2 

Hazard 2 

Oneida 2 

Madison ^ 2 

Edmonson County 1 

Frankfort 1 

Heath 1 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1985 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-l\/lay 25, 1985 




(L to R) First Row: Karin Terry, Susan Rankin, Katey Stamps, Tina Robinson. Second Row: Monica Clark, Teresa Harris, Kim 
Ingram, Vicky Alcorn, Sara Jackson. Thrid Row: Keisha Tillman, Jennie Reigelman, Coacti James Adkins, Stiaron Woods, Pam 
Clements. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1. Acquaviva, Cathy (12) Franklin Co. 

2. Schimmoeller. Chris (10) Woodford 

3. Tillman. Keisha (8) Danuille 

4. Skinner. Geraldine (12) Union Co, 

5. Goins. Chanta (11) Franklin Simp. 
6 Combs. Brigett (12) Whitesburg 

100m Low Hurdles 

1. Acquaviva, Cathy (12) Frankim Co 

2 Schimmoeller. Chris (10) Woodford 

3 Coins. Chanta (11) Franklin Simp. 

4 Galloway. Amy (9) Ov^ens Cath 

5. Combs, Brigett (12) Whitesburg 

6. Tillman, Keisha (8) Danville 

100m Dash 

1 Robinson. Tina (9) Danville 

2. Cook. Kelly (10) Franklin Simp 

3 Bray. Daphne (10) Franklin Smp 

4 Weathers. IVIargaret (11) Washington 

5. Jackson. Yvette (11) Franklin Co 

6. Grimes. Ivlarice (10) Calloway Co 

200m Dasti 

1. Custard, tyiary (11) Harrison 

2. Cook. Kelly (10) Franklin Simp 

3. Gnmes. IVIarice (10) Calloway Co 

4. Alcorn. Nickie (9) Danville 

5 Zimmerman. Cindy (11) Lloyd Ivlem. 

6 Robinson. Tina (9) Danville 

400m Dash 

1. Custard, fylary (11) Harrison Co 

2. Zimmerman, Cindy (11) Lloyd (viem. 

3. Reigelman. Jennie. Danville 

4. Asher. Tonya (9) Clay County 

5. Coomer, Torina (10) Clay County 

6. Grimes. Marice (10) Calloway Co. 

800m Run 

nk. Kathy (12) Conner 

}gs. Deanna (11) Whitesburg 

es. Pepper (11) Logan Co. 

4 Asher. Tonya (9) Clay Co 

5 Schimmoeller. Trina (10) Wdfd. 

6 Reigelman. Jennie (11) Danville 

1600m Run 

1 Boggs. Deanna (11) Whitesburg 

2. Rankin, Susan (9) Danville 

3. Plank. Kathy (12) Conner 

4. Stamps. Katie (6) Danville 

5. Kelton, tylissy (10) lyiayfield 

6. Dowd, Patricia (8) Fleming Co. 





400m Relay 






45 54 


1, Franklin County 




49.83 


46.21 


2- Lloyd f^emorial 




51.14 


47,34 


3. Logan County 




51.32 


47.69 


4. Danville 




51.32 


48,73 


5. Union County 




52.20 


4886 


6. Marion County 

800m Relay 




52.38 


14,77 


1- Franklin County 




1:45.34 


15,12 


2. Harrison County 




1:46.20 


15 29 


3, Danville 




1 :46.27 


15,60 


4. Logan County 




1:47.62 


15,92 


5. Washington County 




1:48.12 


1599 


6. Paducah Tilghman 

3200m Run 




1:48.15 


12,59 


1. Rankin, Susan (9) Danv 


He 


11:41.94 


1268 


2. Stamps. Katie (6) Danv 


le 


11:52.57 


1272 


3. Plank. Kathy (12) Conn 


er 


11:59.84 


12 84 


4. Boggs. Deanna (11) Whitesburg 


12:08.84 


12,93 


5. Dowd, Patncia (8) Flem 


ing Co. 


12:15.14 


1293 


6. Thomas. Missie (12) Un 

1600m Relay 


ion Co. 


12:19.00 


2591 


1. Harrison County 




4:06.87 


26,10 


2 Woodford County 




4:07.30 


26,34 


3. Danville 




4:08.60 


26,73 


4. Franklin Simpson 




4:1685 


2689 


5. Clay County 




4:18.09 


2687 


6. Russell 




4:22.76 



Long Jump 

1. Schimmoeller. Chris (10) Woodford 17'2=/4" 

2. Patterson, Angle (12) Scott co. 16'10" 

3. Combs, Brigett (12) Whitesburg 16'2" 

4. Offutt, Arden (12) Boyle Co. 16'0" 

5. Grimes, Marice (10) Calloway Co. 15'11=/4" 

6. Taylor, Pam (12) Russell Co. 15'9%" 



Shot Put 

59.45 1. Clements, Pam (10) Danville 35' 

. 60.27 2. Sanning, Tina (11) Dixie Hgt. 3i 

6160 3. Bunch, Gala (12) Barren Co. 3! 

61.76 4. Clay, Monikha (11) Franklin Co. 34'5' 

6245 5. Magrane, Joannie (11) Rowan Co. 33'9' 

1:02 46 6. Page, Reginna (10) Franklin Simp. 33'1 

Discuss 

2 1981 1. Magrane, Joannie (11) Rowan Co. 120'8" 

2:20 14 2. Magrane, Julie (9) Rowan Co. 118'7" 

2:24 30 3. Pace, Mariissa (10) Paducah Tilgh. 115'8" 

2:2540 4. Bunch, Gala (12) Barren Co. 112'2" 

2:25.60- 5. Clay, Monikha (11) Franklin Co. 109'1" 

2:30 57 6. Asher, Jamie (11 ) Newport 1077" 

High Jump 

5:13.43 1. Young, Megan (10) Montgomery Co. 5'4" 

5:13.91 2. Bunton, Beverly (8) Warren East 5'2" 

5:24.34 3. Steinhauer, Jill (11) Boyle Co. 5'2' 

5 24 37 4. Youngs. Patty (12) Webster Co. 5'2" 

5:29.0 5. Crew, Violet (11) Russell County 5'0" 

5:34.75 6. Barney, Jerri (11) Russell 4'10" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Danville 85 

Franklin County 54 

Harrison County 38 

Woodford County 36 

Whitesburg 31 

Franklin-Simpson 29 

Conner 22 

Rowan County 20 

Lloyd Memorial 18 

Logan County 16 

Clay County 12 

Barren County 10 

Boyle County 10 

Montgomery County 10 

Calloway County 9V2 

Warren East 8 

Dixie Heights 8 

Scott County 8 

Paducah Tilghman 7 

Union County 7 

Washington County 6 

Owensboro Catholic 4 

Webster County 4 

Fleming County 3 

Russell County 3 

Mayfield 2 

Russell 2 

Marion County 1 

Newport 1 

Mason County ^A 



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PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-l\/lay 25, 1985 




(L to R) First Row: Edward Watson, Sam Covington, Jimmy Cannon, Neil Ciark, Edward Biilie Wlliiams. Second Row: Bobby 
Gross, Stiawn Jacl(Son, Craig Johnson, Curtis Jones, Michaei Jones, Michael Stone. Third Row: Burton Brown, Lyman Brown, 
Larry Allen, Victor Copeland, Stacey Overlin, Steve Johnston, Augie Schiller. 



100m Dash 

1 Jackson, Glenn (12) Franklin Co 10 72 

2. Jackson, Shawn (12) Paducah Tiigh 10 76 

3 Barber. Tony (12) Bowling Green 10.95 

4. Burden, Greg (11) Harrison Co 11.05 

5. Brown. Brian (11) West Carter 11.29 
6 Gregory. Exavier (10) Knox Cent. 11 31 

200m Dash 

1. Jackson. Shawn (12) Paducah Tilgh. 21 6 

2. Watson, Ed (10) Paducah Tilgh. 22.03 

3. Jackson. Glenn (12) Franklin Co 22.04 

4. Burden. Greg (11) Harrison Co. 22.82 

5. Thomas. Scott (12) East Hardin 23.38 

6. Brown. Brian. (11) West Carter 23.40 

400m Dash 

1 Jackson. Shawn (12) Paducah Tilgh. 48 23 

2 Parrott. Tony (11) Mayfield 48 38 

3 Garrett. Tracy (12) Scott County 50 63 

4 Ossege. Doug (12) Highlands 50.90 

5 Sandlin. Tempel (12) Knott Co 52.58 
6. Millay. Tim (11) Meade Co. 1:02.62 

800m Run 

1 Jackson. Larry (10) Mayfield 1:56.25 

2 Ossege. Doug (12) Highlands 1:56 47 

3. Hunter. Mike (10) Highlands 2:01.58 

4. Williams. Greg (11) Paducah Tilgh. 2:03.39 

5. Burnett, Scott (11) East Carter 2:05 12 

6. Hubback. Tim (12) North Bullitt 2:06.01 

1600m Run 

1 Pawsat. Shawn (10) Highlands 4:28.37 

2. Hamilton. Paul (10) Jessamine Co 4:30.69 

3. Clark. Neal (10) Paducah Tilgh. 4:34.66 

4. Knight, Barry (12) Calloway County 4:34.47 

5. Rafferty. David (12) Taylor County 4:34 63 

6. Daugherty. Dale (11) Marion Co. 4:39.19 



3200m Run 

1 Hamilton. Paul (10) Jessamine 9:54.03 

2. Logan. Glenn (12) Rowan Co. 9:59.57 

3. Herald. Jimmy (10) Warren East 10:02.41 

4 Pawsat. Shawn (10) Highlands 10:23.53 

5 Daugherty. Dale (11) Marion Co. 10:27.14 
6. Taylor. Evan (10) Union Co. 10:28.05 

110 High Hurdles 

1. Roberson. Michael (12) Bowling Gr. 14.53 

2. Canady. Mark (11) Knox Central 14.62 

3. Burden. Butch (12) Woodford Co. 15.60 

4. Payne. P.J (12) Franklin Simpson 15.67 

5. Carr. John (12) Harrison Co. 15.69 

6. Porter. Jeff (12) Russell 16.02 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Roberson. Michael (12) Bowling Gr. 38 48 

2. Canady. Mark (11) Knox Cent. 38.55 

3 Mosley, Trey (12) Webster Co. 39.11 

4 Burden, Butch (12) Woodford Co 39.78 

5 Porter. Jeff (12) Russell Co 40.09 

6 Branner. Neal (10) East Hardin 40.80 

400m Relay 

1. Harrison County 43.29 

2. Bowling Green 43.50 
3 Scott County 44.52 
4. Mayfield 45.22 

5 Knott County Central 45.31 
6. Danville 45.74 

1600m Relay 

1 Paducah Tilghman 3:23.37 

2 Mayfield 3:23.75 

3. Franklin County 3:32.91 

4. Harrison County 3:33.35 

5. Russell County 3:25.13 

6. Middlesbor 3:35.15 

Shot Put 

1. White, Jimmy (12) Clay Co. SO'S'/;" 

2. Caudill. Micah (11) Franklin Simp 49'11" 

3. Neal. Chris (12) Mason Co. 49'11" 

4. Jones. Michael (10) Paducah Tilgh. 4B'l" 

5. Keller, Tim (10) Cov Catholic 45'1iy!" 

6. Cralle, Bryan (12) Elizabethtown 42'2V!" 

Discuss 

1. Houston. Doug (11) Franklin Simp. 143'3" 

2. Overlin, Stacy (10) Paducah Tilgh. 133'3" 

3. Darpel, Paul (12) Cov. Catholic 130'6" 

4. Woodcox. Tim (12) Taylor Co. 127-5" 

5. Russell. Shawn (10) Middlesboro 126'4" 

6. Stephens. Dave (11) Cov Oath 12510" 

High Jump 

1 Harrell, Matt (11) Warren East 6'5" 

2. Pennington. Sean (11) Clay Co. 6'4" 

3. Canady. Mark (11) Knox Central 6'2" 

4. Gross. Bobby (10) Paducah Tilg. 6 2" 

5. Wilkins. Kevin (11) Franklin Co. 6'2" 

6 Derine. Steve (11) Danville 6'0" 

Pole Vault 

1. Clemmons. Todd (11) Barren Co. 12'9" 

2. Gilbert. John (12) Clay Co. 12'6" 

3. House. Charles (10) Clay Co. 12'6" 

4. Goode, Mark (11) Woodford Co. 12'0" 

5. Wehrung, Ben (11) Bowling Gr. 11'6" 

6. Hurley, Frank (11) Bell Co. 10'6" 



Long Jump 



1. Scott. Thomas (12) East Hardin 22'3y." 

2. Stone. Mike (11) Paducah Tilg 22'0" 

3. Gregory. Exavier (10) Knox Cent. 2riO%" 

4 Walker. Robert (11) Harrison Co. 2T8%" 

5 Brown. Calvin (12) Allen Co. 2ri" 

6 Wells. Tim (10) Grayson Co 20'7'/!" 

Triple Jump 

1. Roberson. Mike (12) Bowling Gr 48'4'/!" 

2. Jones. Lecurtis (11) Paducah Tilgh. 43'8%" 

3. Kendrick. Lamont (12) Marion Co. 43'6'/!" 

4. Cox, Todd (11) Elizabethtown 42'9'/." 

5. Gregory, Exavier (10) Knox Cent. 42'8'//' 

6. Walker, Robert (11) Harrison Co. 42'5'/i" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman 88 

Bowling Green 46 

Clay County 32 

Highlands 32 

Knox Central 31 

Mayfield 30 

Harrison County 29 

Franklin County 26 

Franklin-Simpson 22 

Jessamine County 18 

Warren East 16 

Woodford County 14 

East Hardin 13 

Scott County 12 

Barren County 10 

Covington Catholic 9 

Marion County 9 

Rowan County 8 

Mason County 6 

Webster county 6 

Russell County 5 

Elizabethtown 5 

Calloway County 4 

West Carter 3 

Middlesboro 3 

Allen County 2 

Taylor County 2 

Knott County 2 

Danville 2 

East Carter 2 

Grayson County 1 

Meade County 1 

Bell County 1 

North Bullitt 1 

Union County 1 



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EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-l\/lay 25, 1985 




(L to R) First Row: Susan Dennison, Jo Simpson, Susan Sargeant. Second Row: Deltresa Moore, Andrea Thompson, Sonia 
Wharton, Sheryl Smith. Coaches James Holman, Bob Thompson. 



100m Low Hurdles 

1 Page, Lawanda (11) Central 

2 Elliott. Nicole (9) Waggener 

3 Collin. Diane (12) Warren Cent 

4 Parr. Selenna (10) Seneca 

5 Heard. Jackie (11) Pleas Ridge Pk. 

6 Arden. Jamie (11) Madison Central 

300m Low Hurdles 

1. Tyson. Celina (10) Oldham Co 

2. Rice. Tonia (12) Doss 

3. Parr. Selenna (10) Seneca 

4. Collins. Diane (12) Warren Cent 

5. Marshall. Stephanie (10) Boyd Co 

6. Page, Lawanda (11) Madison Central 

100m Dash 

1 Wharton. Sonia (9) Eastern 

2 Higgs. Shawn (11) Owensboro 

3 Coleman, Melissa (12) Lafayette 

4. Hulsmeyer. Nancy (10) Mercy 

5. Ridge. Laura (11) Sacred Heart 

6. Poindexter, Kim (11) Henderson Co 

200m Dash 

1 Wharton. Soma (9) Eastern 

2- Coleman, Melissa (12) Lafayette 

3, Higgs, Shawn (11) Owensboro 

4. Ridge. Laura (11) Sacred Heart 

5, Glenn. Kim Central 

6. Robinson. Erica (10) Shelby Co. 

400m Dash 

1 Smith. Sheryl (12) Eastern 

2 Hulsmeyer. Namy (10) 

3 Coleman. Melissa (12) Lafayette 

4 Coleman. Andrea (12) Lafayette 

5 Pittman. Vonnie (12) Doss 

6 Moore. Stephanie (11) Hend Co 

800m Run 

1 Combs. Donna (11) Ballard 

2 Bland. Sarah (12) Shelby Co 

3, Hulsmeyer. Leight (12) Mercy Acd 

4, Birt, Angela (11) Atherton 

5, Robinson, Karen (9) Oldham Co, 

6, Duvall, Robyn (10) Madison Cent 

1600m Run 

1. Combs, Donna (11) Ballard 

2. Crulcher, Nancy (10) Oldham Co 

3. Bland, Sarah (12) Shelby Co 

4. Trimble, Melanie (10) Boyd Co 

5. Birt, Angela (11) Atherton 
6 Frazier, Wendy (10) Henry Clay 



1461 
15 16 
1525 
1527 
15 36 
1547 



45 11 

45 97 

46 63 

47 04 

47 69 

48 15 



12 12 
1247 
12 53 
12 58 
12 60 
12 82 



25 05 
2590 

25 95 
2645 

26 47 

27 23 



2 17 24 
2:2295 
2:22.97 
2:2561 
2:28,34 
2 29 22 



4 57 37 

5 18 47 
5 19 11 
5 24 48 
52675 
5 27 44 



3200m Run 

1 Combs, Donna (11) Ballard 
2. Collins, Beth (12) Lafayette 

3 Frazier, Wendy (10) Henry Cli 

4 Crutcher, Nancy (10) Oldham 

5 Beavins, Roni (11) Southern 

6 Leitner, Jenny (12) Doss 

800m Relay 

1 Eastern 

2 Owensboro 

3 Shelby County 



1600m Relay 

1 Eastern 

2, Mercy Academy 

3 Henderson County 

4. Central 

5 Notre Dame 

6, Marshall Co 



11 0031 
11 47,45 
11:52,97 
12:02,03 
12:31 84 
12:36,07 



4362 
4481 
4604 



3:57,32 
4:09.39 
4:10,16 



Short Put 

1 Crawford, Tonya (12) Butler 39'8'/j" 

2 Jones, Sherry (12) Laurel Co, 39' 

3 Taul, Tonya (12) Ashland 38'5'/!" 

4 Goodwin, Kim (11) Wester 36'2'/i" 

5 Vaughn. Denise (12) Moore 33'ir' 

6 Walker. Naomi (11) Marshall Co 33'10" 

Discuss 

1 Horseley, Bobbie (12) Boyd Co 120'11" 

2 Murphy, Martha (11) Boone Co, 112'B" 

3 Stewart, Diane (12) Henderson Co 110"8" 

4 Tatlton, Tammy (12) Holy Rosary 100'4" 

5 Finley, Allison (12) Apollo 100'3" 

6 Vaughn, Denise (12) Moore 98'8" 

High Jump 

1. Morrison, Lisa (9) Boone Co 5'4- 

2 Acton, Tracy (9) Owensboro 5'4" 

3 Warren, Traci (12) Male (tie) 5'2" 

4 Woolridge, Sandy (11) Mercy (tie) 5'2" 

5 Sargent, Susan (9) Eastern 5'2" 

6 Longracre, Karia (12) Bullitt Cent 5'0" 

Long Jump 

1 Tutt, Anna (9) Owensboro 18'4>/4" 

2 O'Bannon, Sheronda (10) Male "17'1'/!" 

3 Henry, Tata (11) Holmes 17'%" 
4, Johnson, Ranae (10) Henderson 16'lr/<" 

5 Jones, Sherry (10) Laurel Co 16'3'/<" 

6 Kinney. Joy (10) Pleas Rdg Pk 16'1'," 



TOTAL POINTS 

Eastern 62 

Owensboro 48 

Mercy Academy 31 

Ballard 30 

Lafayette 28 

Oldham County 24 

Shelby County 23 

Central 19 

Boone County 18 

Henderson County 18 

Seneca 18 

Doss 17 

Boyd County 16 

Male 13 

Butler 10 

Laurel County 10 

Warren Central 10 

Waggener 8 

Henry Clay 7 

Moore 7 

Atherton 6 

Ashland 6 

Holmes 6 

Sacred Heart 6 

Pleasure Ridge Park 5 

Holy Rosary 4 

Western 4 

Apollo 2 

Madison Central 2 

Marshall County 2 

Notre Dame 2 

Southern 2 

Bullitt Central 1 



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LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-IVlay 25, 1985 




(L to R) First Row: Frederick Coffon, Derek Robinson, Russell Nally. Second Row: Chris Porter, Jerome Brown, Chris Verhoven. 
Third Row: Coach Hoarld Barnette, Victor Johnson. 



100m Dash 

1. Robinson, Derek (12) Lafayette 1068 

2. Long. Tony (12) Iroquois 1090 

3. Terry, Scott (10) Henderson Co 10 91 

4. Wtiite, William (12) Stielby Co, 10 94 

5 Brown, Jerome (11) Lafayette 1117 
6, Bagley, Eric (11) Doss 11,27 

200m Dash 

1 Robinson, Derek (12) Lafayette 21 89 

2, Taylor, Joey (12) Eastern 22 25 

3, White, William (12) Stielby Co 22 33 

4, Rictiards, David (12) Holy Cross 22 73 

5, Terry, Scott (10) Henderson Co 22 74 

6 Vertioven, Chris (11) Lafayette 22 74 

400m Dash 

1 Taylor, Joey (12) Eastern 49,12 

2 Cheatam, Donnie (11) Holmes 49 44 

3 Howell, Edgar (12) Jeffersontown 49 94 

4, Ford. Larry (9) Shelby County 50 44 

5, Price, Dexter (11) Central 50 54 

6, Burroughs. Ron (12) Owensboro 50 61 

800m Run 

1, Saunders, Dernck, Ballard 1:55,22 

2 Dean, Austin (11) Madisonville 1 55,84 
3, Sivori, Mike (12) St, Xavier 1 57 81 

4 Gilooly, Jeff (11) Holy Cross 1:57,90 

5, Nally, Russell (12) Lafayette 1:58,72 

6, Flynn, John (12) Henderson Co 2:00,27 

1600m Run 

1, White, Barry (12) Southern 4:17,04 

2, Butler, Joe (12) St Xavier 4:17,37 

3 Gillooly, Jeff (11) Holy Cross 4:17 96 

4 Nally, Russell (12) Lafayette 4180 

5 Swail, Brian (12) Pulaski County 4:23,06 

6 Dean, Austin (11) Madisonville 4:25,25 

3200m Run 

1, Grossman, Eric (11) Atherton 9:27 18 

2, Shoaf, Rob (11) Trinity 9:28 82 

3, Butler. Joe (12) St Xavier 9:34 41 

4, White, Barry (12) Southern 9,41,57 

5, Swail, Brian (12) Pulaski Co 9:47,88 

6, Nally, Russell (12) Lafayette 10 03,18 

110m High Hurdles 

1, Verhoven, Chris (11) Lafayette 1481 

2, Green, Mark (12) Moore 14,87 

3, Bussell, Leon (11) Christian Co, 1499 

4, Coffee, Terry (11) Bryan Station 15,32 

5, Roberts, Michael (11) Male 1540 

6, Curry, Rudd (12) Madisonville 1550 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 McCravy, Rod (11) Trinity 38 16 

2 France, Walker (12) Doss 39,70 

3 Bussell, Leon (11) Christian Co 39,77 

4 Crawford, Michael, Madison Central 39,86 

5 Verhoven, Chris (11) Lafayette 39 97 

6 Mullins, John (12) Laurel Co, 41 25 

400m Relay 

1 Lafayette 42 06 

2 Iroquois 42,62 

3 Eastern 42.85 

4 Central 43,03 

5 Owensboro 43,38 

6 Ballard 43 37 

1600m Relay 

1 Eastern 

2 Lafayette 

3 Bryan Station 

4 Central 



ard 



on Co 



3 16,78 
3:2229 
3:23,28 
3:23,43 
3:23,46 
3:24,78 



Shot Put 

1 Pfeiffer, Mike (12) Trinity 57' 

2 Taylor, Robert (12) Shelby Co, 53'3'/," 

3 Holmes, John (11) Ashland 52'11" 

4 Thompson, Earnest (10) Laurel Co, 51'10'':" 

5 Younq, Jim (12) Madisonville 5r9vy' 
6, Sidebottom, Kevin (11) St Xavier 51'0" 

Discqs 

1 Thompson, Ernest (10) Laurel Co 1557" 

2 Gregory, Scott (12) Trinity 147'11" 

3 Hudak, Chris (12) St Xavier 144'11" 
4, Young, Jim (12) Madisonville 141'6" 

5 Leonard, Steve (10) Daviess Co 135'6" 

6 Hensley, Dennis (12) Holmes 135'3" 

High Jump 

1, Sidebottom, Kevin (11) St, Xavier 6'9" 

2 Ignacic. Albert (12) Madison Cent, 6'8" 

3 Porter, Desmond (10) Pleas Rdg, Pk 6'6" 

4 Johnson, Jerry (12) Ashland 6'4" 

5 Floyd, Kelly (10) Henderson Co 6'2" 

6 Curry, Russ (12) Madisonville 6'2" 

Pole Vault 

1, Kasitz, Brian (12) Madison Central 12'6" 

2, Bensandorf, Drew (12) SI Xavier 12'6" 

3 McCellan, John (10) Henderson Co 12'0" 
4, Brooks, John (10) Madison Cent (tie) ir6" 

4 Jenkins, Shane (12) Hendrs, Co, (tie) 1V6" 
4, Jones, Dixon (12) St Xavier (tie) ir6" 



Long Jump 

1 White, William (12) Shelby Co 24'"r" 

2 Watkins, Scott (12) Henderson 22'3" 

3 Simmons, Thomas (12) Bryan St 22'1''<" 

4 Shearer, Joe (12) Bryan St 2ri0" 

5 Shipley, Spence (12) Doss 2T6V>" 

6 Bigham, Michael (10) Doss 21'3y." 

Triple Jump 

1 Moore, Darnell (10) Iroquois 45'2'c" 

2 Cobb, Therah (12) Eastern 44'4" 

3 Shipley, Spence (12) 44'3>/," 

4 Hobbs, Tim (11) Shelby Co 44' 1" 

5 Kaufman, Monty (12) 43'10" 

6 Junkor, Brian (12) Henderson Co 43'4'/j" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Lafayette 60 

St Xavier 47 1/3 

Eastern 42 

Shelby County 36 

Trinity 36 

Henderson County 29 1 /3 

Iroquois 26 

Madison Central 20 1/3 

Bryan Station 20 

Doss 18 

Madisonville 17 

Laurel County 15 

Central 14 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 14 

Southern 14 

Ballard 13 

Christian County 12 

Ashland 10 

Atherton 10 

Moore 10 

Jeffersontown 6 

Pleasure Ridge Park 6 

Pulaski County 4 

Owensboro 3 

(yiale 2 

Daviess County 2 



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1985 
SOCCER 
REGIONS 



REGION I 

Madisonville 
North Hopkins 
Murray 
St. Mary 
University Heigtits 

REGION II 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Henderson County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 

REGION III 

East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

REGION IV 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Jeffersontown 

Kentucky Country Day 

Oldham County 

Trinity 

Waggener 

REGION V 

Atherton 
Seneca 

Shelby County 
St. Francis 



St. Xavier 

Walden 

Christian Academy 

REGION VI 

Central, duPont Manual 

Fern Creek 

Male 

Moore 

Southern 

REGION VII 

DeSales 

Doss 

Holy Cross 

Iroquois 

Ninth & O 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Southwest Christian 

REGION VIII 

Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd 

Newport Central Catholic 

St. Henry 

REGION IX 

Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Highlands 
Holmes 



Pendlton County 
Scott 

REGION X 

George Rogers Clark 
Menifee County 
Montgomery County 
Paul Blazer 
Rowan County 

REGION XI 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Lafayette 

Madison Central 

Millersburg Military Institute 

Sayre 

Scott County 

Tates Creek 

Western Hills 

Woodford County 

REGION XII 

Berea 

Boyle County 

Bryan Station 

Danville 

Garrard County 

Henry Clay 

Jessamine County 

Lexington Catholic 

Oneida Baptist Institute 

St. Camillus 



1985 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

(Continued from Page Three) 

Boys Class AAA: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Laurel County, Madison Central, Nelson County, Pulaski 
County, Tates Creek 

Girls Class AAA: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Laurel County, Madison Central, Nelson County, Pulaski 
County, Tates Creek 

REGION VI 

Manager: Robert Baldwin, Paintsville High School, 

Second Street, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240 (606-789- 

3881) 

Boys Class A: Allen Central, Bath County, Buckhorn, 

Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Hazard, Jackson, 

Jenkins, Lee County, Lewis County, Menifee County, 

Oneida Baptist Institute, Paintsville, Phelps, Raceland, 

Riverside Christian, Holy Family, Fleming-Neon 

Girls Class A: Bath County, Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce 

Combs, Fleming-Neon, Paintsville, Phelps, Raceland, 

Riverside Christian, Holy Family, Fairview 

Manager: Bob Stacy, Boyd County High School, Route 2, 
Box 374, Ashland, Kentucky 41101 (606-928-6473) 
Boys Class AA: Betsy Layne, Breathitt County, East 
Carter, Estill County, Johnson Central, Knott County 
Central, Lawrence County, Rowan County, Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, West Carter, Whitesburg 




Girls Class AA: East Carter, Johnson Central, Knott 
County Central, Lawrence County, Rowan County, 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, Whitesburg 
Boys Class AAA: Boone County, Boyd County. Campbell 
County, George Rogers Clark, Greenup County, Holmes 
Girls Class AAA: Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell 
County, Holmes, Notre Dame 

BASKETBALL 
CLINICS 

(All clinics begin at 7:00 P.M.) 

10/7 Somerset HS, Somerset 

10/8 Bell Co. HS, Pineville 

10/9 Hazard HS, Hazard 

10/10 Prestonsburg HS, Prestonsburg 

10/14 Rowan Co.. HS, Morehead 

10/15 Ashland Comm, College, Ashland 

10/16 Mason Co. HS, Maysville 

10/17 Holmes HS, Covington 

10/21 Apollo HS, Owensboro 

10/22 Paducah Tilghman HS, Paducah 

10/23 Murray HS, Murray 

10/24 Hopkinsville HS, Hopkinsville 

10/28 Bowling Green HS, Bowling Green 

10/29 Elizabethtown HS, Elizabethtown 

10/30 Durrett Educ. Ctr., Louisville 

10/31 Henry Clay HS, Lexington 



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1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

FOOTBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book Page 55; Case Book Page 8. Meeting Folder Page 4 

Comments on 6-1-9 — Change "R" to "K" in 3rd paragraph, 4th line. 



SITUATION #1: On a try for point, placekick holder K1 rises to 
catch the high snap. K2 is In position to l<lcl<, K1 muffs the snap, but 
he recovers with his knee(s); (a) on the ground; or (b) off the 
ground. 

RULING: In (a), the ball becomes dead when K1 recovers with his 
knee(s) in contact with the ground K1 may rise and catch an errant 
snap and the ball remains alive, if he immediately goes to his 
knee(s); however, after rising, the ball is dead if he recovers while 
his knee(s) is touching the ground. In (b), K1 may recover and 
advance, but the ball will become dead if he goes to his knee(s) (4- 
2-2a Exp ) 

SITUATION #2: During the last timed down of the 2nd period. Al's 
pass is intercepted by B1 in B's end zone B1 elects to run it out and 
B2 clips in the end zone during Bis run After the down. A 1 and A2 
each commit unsportsmanlike fouls. Team A accepts the penalty 
for B2's clip resulting in a safety. The penalties for the two 
unsportsmanlike fouls are enforced from the 20-yard line putting 
the ball at the 50. K1 punts the ball through the end zone. Does this 
fulfill the requirement of an unlimed down? 
RULING: Yes. A free kick is a down. In this case, a free kick fulfills 
the requirement of having an untimed down after the penalty is 
accepted for a foul which occurred during the last timed down of a 
period. (2-6; 3-3-3a; 8-5-2c) 

SITUATION #3: Team A scores a touchdown. The ball is placed on 
the 3-yard line and approximately in the center of the goalposts for 
the try. The referee declares the ball ready-for-play. Prior to the 
snap. Team A is assessed a 5-yard penalty for delay of game. 
Before the ball is again declared ready, the captain of A requests 
the referee to spot the ball on the left inbounds mark. 
RULING: The referee will honor the request. (4-3-5; 8-3-1) 
SITUATION #4: During an unsuccessful try for point. A2 holds 
during Al's run What are the options for the offended team'? 
RULING: There are no options as such No penalty acceptance or 
declination is discussed. The try has ended, and there is no replay 
No penalty is enforced from the succeeding spot. (8-3-6) 
SITUATION #5: A1 advances beyond the line to Bs 45-yard line 81 
grabs al's face mask in attempting the tackle A1 subsequently 
fumbles at B's 40 and A2 recovers and advances to B's 2Q-yard line. 
What options does Team A have? 

RULING: Team A can either accept or decline the penalty for Bl's 
foul If A accepts the panlty. it is enforced from the end of Al's run 
— where A 1 fumbled. The 15-yard penalty would put the ball on B's 
25-yard line. If the penalty is declined, it is As ball on B's 20. When 
there is more than one running play during a down, if the penalty is 
accepted for a foul during a specific running play, the basic spot is 
the end of that run (10-3-3) 

SITUATION #6: B1 intercepts Al's pass while he is in his own end 
zone. 81 attempts to advance and fumbles when hit by A2. The ball 
bounces from the end zone to the 1-yard line and then back into the 
end zone 81 falls on the loose ball in his end zone. 
RULING: It is a touchback Team possession has not been 
established in the field of play. In order for this to be a safety, the 
fumble would have to occur in the field of play rather than the end 
zone (8-5-2b. 3c) 

SITUATION #7: A12 and A13 enter the field of play immediately 
after the snap: (a) they stay near the sideline and do not influence 
the play; or (b) A1 2 blocks an opponent, but At 3 does not influence 
the play, or (c) both A12 and A13 block opponents 
RULING: In (a), this is a nonplayer foul for illegal subsitution. The 
5-vard oenaltv is enforced from the succeeding spot. In (b). A12's 
fouls is illegal participation and A13's is a nonplayer. illegal 
substitution foul A12'sloul penalized by administering the 15-yard 
under the all-but-one principle and A13's is enforced from the 
succeeding spot In (c). it is a multiple foul and only one of the 
illegal participation fouls can be penalized under the all-but-one 
principle (2-9-1; 10-2-3) 

SITUATION #8: Team A is leading 21-20 after scoring in the 4th 
period with 17 seconds remaining. While the kickoff is in flight. R1 
blocks the kicker before the kicker has gone 5 yards. R2 catches the 
kick and returns it to K's 5. K accepts the penalty for the foul which 
puts the ball on R's 45-yard line The clock is started on the ready 
with 4 seconds remaining K1 kicks off again and time expires with 
the ball going out-of-bounds untouched at R's 15-yard line 
RULING: If R accepts the penalty for the out-of-bounds kick. Kwill 
have to rekick during an untimed down extending the 4th period 
Also, if K had allowed the 4 seconds to expire without kicking. K 
would have been forced to kickoff during an untimed down. (3-3- 
3a; 9-3-3a) 



SITUATION #9: Must the umpire examine each preventive knee 
brace to make sure it meets the rquirements'' 
RULING: No The coach's verification that all his players are legall 
equipped includes braces, pads and all required equipment. While 
there are many different types and styles of knee braces, the 
umpire need not examine them for legality, unless the coach 
requests such an examination (1-5-3c. 4) 

SITUATION #10: What guidlines does the official use to judge 
whether a back's movement before the snap is a false start or a 
shilt? 

RULING: The decision is based entirely on whether the movement 
simulates the start of the play or is clearly intended to cause the 
defense to encroach. The responsibility is directly on the player 
who moves to do so in a mannerthatisclearly notthestartof a play. 
If the movement is not a false start, it is a shift which requires all 
players of A to be stationary for at least 1 second before the ball is 
snapped Officials must also be aware that defensive 
encroachment doesn't have to occur before a false start can be 
charged. (2-27; 7-1-2; 7-2-5) 

SITUATION #11: Quarterback A1 moves to his position near the 
center. At looks over the delense and singals the team to take their 
set positions At then (a) takes a step forward and places his hand 
under center; or (b) bends down and moves his hands forward 
under center 

RULING: The movement in both (a) and (b) is a shift. The ball 
cannot be snapped nor can motion be started for at least 1 second 
after Al's shift (2-27; 7-2-5) 

SITUTATION #12: R1 is near one sideline on his own 10-yard line 
waiting for Kl's high kickoff to come down. In positioning 
himself. he has one foot inbounds and one foot inadvertently out- 
of-bounds: (a) the kick crosses the plane of the sideline and is then 
touched by R1; or (b) R1 muffs the kick out-of-bounds and he 
touched the ball before it broke the plane of the sideline 
RULING: In (a), K1 has caused the kick to be out-of-bounds It is a 
5-yard penalty enforced from the previous spot if R accepts the 
penalty. In (b) since R1 touched the kick before it crossed the 
plane, R has caused it to be out-of-bounds and will have the ball at 
the inbounds spot. (2-3-1; 6-1-8, 9) 

SITUATION #13: Placekick holder K1 rises to catch a high snap K1 
muffs the snap, catches it and then drops to his knees. 
RULING: The ball is alive since K1 did catch the snap he may hold 
for a kick or again rise to run. pass, etc. (4-2-2a Exp.) 
SITUATION #14: If the coach of Team A has a player request a 
time-out to discuss a rule interpretation can Team B also use the 
time-out while discussions are going on'' 

RULING: Yes Also. Team A can use the time-out with one coach 
while the other coach is discussing the rule interpretation with the 
referee If the referee is correct in his interpreation and Team A has 
not used up all their time-outs, he will charge them with a time-out 
and let them use the remaining time if there is any left If no time is 
left, play is started If Team A doesn't have a time-out remaining 
and the referee is correct. Team A is charged with a delay of game 
penalty If the referee is wrong, he will explain to both teams and 
proceed as he would alter any official's time-out (3-5-3, 8; 3-6-2c) 
SITUATION #15: It is 3rd and 6 from B's 40-yard line A1 advances 
to B's 30 where 81 grabs his face protector in attempting the tackle, 
(a) A1 fumbles but A2 recovers and advances to B's 20; or (b) At 
hands off to A2 who is subsequently tackled on the 20; or (c) A1 
pitches back to A2 who advances to B's 18-yard line Where is the 
basic spot of enforcement if A accepts the penalty for Bis foul'' 
RULING: In (a) and (c) the basic spot is where A1 lost possession 
by his fumble or pass and this is the end of the run. In both cases the 
penalty would be administered from B's 30 and put the ball on the 
15-yard line. In (b) the handolf toA2did notend therun The end of 
the run is where A2 was tackled. The penalty enforcement will 
result in the ball being placed on B's 10-yard line. A run does not 
end unless possession is lost by the runner either fumbling or 
passing. (10-3-3) 

SITUATION #16: Following a down, there is a fight between At and 
81, and: (a) none of the officials observe which player actually 
struck the first blow; or (b) A1 struck first and 81 retaliated; or (c) 
81 struck first and At retaliated. 

RULING: In all 3 cases, both A1 and 81 will be disqualified from 
further participation In (a), no distance penalties are measured 
oecausetne otticialsdid not see the start of the fight. In (b) and (c). 
the penalties are enforced in the order in which the fouls occurred. 
(9-4-1; 10-2-4) 

SITUATION #17: Replaced player A12 attempts to get off the field 
on Team As side, but the ball is snapped before he gets out-of- 
bounds 

RULING: This is an illeal substitution foul which occurs 
simultaneously with the snap. If accepted, the 5-yard penalty is 
enforced from the previous spot. (10-4-2. 4a) 



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1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION 
SOCCER RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book Page 31 — Rule 12-4-4 PENALTY: Change to read 

'Direct free kick (Articles 1, 3, and Disqualification for 4(a) " 

Page 32 — Rule 12-8-4 Add tfie word "not" before ttie word 

"including" in the parenthesis 

Page 52 — 12-8-4 Situations A & B: In both RULINGS change the 

restarts from "indirect" to "direct" free kicks. 



SITUATION #1: On a cold day. Player A is discovered to be wearing 
(a) gloves for warmth (b) gloves which in the opinion of the referee 
are abrasive and dangerous 
RULING: Legal in (a). Illegal in (b) (4-2-1) 

SITUATION #2: The official observes a foul committed by the 
defending team, however, he calls out to "Play on" and indicates 
such with the underswing motion of both arms 
RULING: Legal, if penalizing the offending team would have given 
the offending team and advantage (5-3-1d) 
SITUATION #3: As the officials enter the field of play, the head 
referee observes two opposing players swearing at each other and 
the referee disqualifies both from further participation in the game 
RULING: Legal The official's jurisdiction begins when they enter 
the field of play 

NOTE: Both teams may play with eleven players because the 
ejections took place prior to the commencement of the game (5-1- 
2) 

SITUATION #4: During the taking of a goal kick. Number 12 of 
Team A continuously enroaches the penalty area prior to the ball 
leaving the penalty area The referee stops play and cautions 
Number 12. 

RULING: The official shall caution a player or coach for 
misconduct or unsportsmanlike conduct and notify the coach, 
scorer, and other official(s) (5-3-1e) 

SITUATION #5: The head referee fails to signal time-out during a 
stoppage in play following the scoring of a goal, however, the 
timekeeper stops the clock m spite of portests from the visiting 
team coach whose team was ahead in the game 2-1 
RULING: Legal The official timekeeper is authorized to stop the 
clock when signaled to do so by an official and following the 
scoring of goals. (6-2-3a) 

SITUATION #6: A substitute for Team A is at the scorers table prior 
to the ball leaving the field of play, and the referee awards a throw- 
in to Team B The scorer does not signal to the referee for a 
substitution 

RULING: The scorer shall wait until the next substituting 
opportunity for Team A. (6-3-2b) 

SITUATION #7: When there is no stadium clock or other visible 
timing device available, the head referee keeps the official time on 
the field 

RULING: Legal The head referee may keep the official time by 
mutual agreement of the opposing coaches or the state high school 
association (6-2-1) 

SITUATION #8: Team A shoots on goal and the expiration of time 
occurs (a) prior to the ball crossing the goal line, or (b) after a 
handball is intentionally committed by Team 8 inside their own 
penalty area 

RULING: In (a) the ball is declared dead at its location when time of 
the period expires and no goal is awarded In (b) a penalty kick is 
awarded to Team A, (7-1-4) 

SITUATION #9: After the completion of a tie game and prior to the 
two lO-mmute overtime periods, the opposing coaches agree to 
conduct a penalty kick tie-breaker to determine the winner if the 
game remains tied after the two overtime periods. 
RULING: Illegal I tied game may only be resolved by not exceeding 
two overtime periods of 10 minutes each (7-3-1) 
SITUATION #10: During the taking of a penalty kick, the 
timekeeper fails to stop the clock, the visiting coach protests to the 
head referee who instructed the timekeeper to reset the clock to the 
time prior to the administration of the penalty kick 
RULING: Legal The clock shall be stopped for a penalty kick. The 
head referee shall make decisions on any points not covered in the 
rules (7-4-1, 5-3-2g) 

SITUATION #11: During the kick-off the ball is kicked backwards 
to a teammate of the kicker who kicks it to a winger breaking down 
the field The referee blows the whistle and orders a new kick-off 
RULING: Legal On the kick-off the ball shall be played into the 
field of play occupied by the team opposing the kicker (8-1-3) 
SITUATION #12: On the kick-off. Player A kicks the ball which hits 
an opposing player and rebounds to Player A He then passes the 
ball to Player B who scores a goal 

RULING: Legal The kicker may play the ball after it has been 
played by another player of either team 8-1-4) 
SITUATION #13: After the kick-off by Team A, Player A plays the 
ball a second time before it was played by another player on either 
team The referee awards Team B a direct free kick 



RULING: Illegal- An indirect free kick is awarded to the opponent at 

the spot of the foul. (8-1-4 Penalty) 

SITUATION #14: While in the penalty area, a player from Team A 
uses his foot to play a ball that is )U5t above waist high at the same 
time a player from Team B plays the ball by lowering his head the 
head referee stopped the game for the fouls and the ball is put into 
play by a drop ball inside the penalty area 

RULING: Illegal Although Rule 9-2-1d calls for a dop ball restart 
when simultaneous fouls of the same degree occur, the spot of the 
drop bal is where the ball becomes dead unless it is in the penalty 
area, at which time the ball shall be dropped at the nearest point 
outside the penalty area in the field of play (9-2-2) 
SITUATION #15: The head referee stops play and awards a direct 
free kick to Player B who quickly places the ball on the ground and 
takes the free kick scoring a goal. The head referee disallows the 
goai oecause he had not sounded his whistle to put the ball back 
into play 

RULING: Illegal The goal is counted As soon as the ball is in 
position to be played, without a second whistle (9-1-3) 
SITUATION #16: A serious injury occurs with Team A in 
possession within the penalty area of Team B The referee 
suspends play for the injury and awards Team A an indirect free 
kick at the point where theball was at the time play was suspended, 
RULING: Legal (9-3-1) 

SITUATION #17: On a drop ball. Player A kicks the ball before it 
touches the ground On the re-drop. Player A again plays the ball 
before it touches the ground The official cautions Player A and 
restarts the game with a direct free kick 

RULING: Illegal Play shall be restarted by a drop ball (9-2-4 
Penalty) 

SITUATION #18: After awarding a direct free kick to Team A, the 
official fails to signal to indicate the free kick was to be a direct free 
kick player A places the ball on the ground and kicks it directly into 
the goal of Team B The coach of Team B protests because the 
official failed to give the proper signal 

RULING: Legal The goal counts, A goal may be scored directly 
from a direct free kick even if the head referee fails to give the 
proper signal (10-1-3a, 5-3-1b) 

SITUATION #19: During a drop ball. Player A kicks the ball directly 
into the goal of Team B The referee awards a goal to Team A 
RULING: Legal A goal may be scored directly from a drop ball, ( 10- 
1-3d) 

SITUATION #20: With A1 in an offside position, A2 dribbles the ball 
towards the goal, takes a shot and scores 

RULING: Legal A player shall only be penalized for an offside 
position if, at the moment the ball is played by a teammate, that 
player is, in the opinion of the official, interfering with play of an 
opponent or is seeking to gam an advantage by being in that 
position (11-1-2) 

SITUATION #21: The goalkeeper takes two steps while holding the 
ball, and then rolls the ball to a teammate Theball is played back to 
the goalkeeper who then takes four more steps 
RULING: Legal Once the ball has been played by another player. 
four additional steps may be taken (12-7-1) 
SITUATION #22: During the half-time interval Player A protests a 
decision made by the head referee during the first half and he uses 
foul language The player was ejected and Team A was allowed to 
field eleven players to start the second half because the ended the 
first half with eleven players 

RULING: Legal, A team does not have to play a player short 
because the ejection came during the half-time interval, (12-8-2b, 
3-1-2, 3-3-3f) 

SITUATION #23: Time is extended in the first half for a penalty kick 
to betaken Before the penalty kick is completed, a player is ejected 
and the official does not allow a replacement 
RULING: Legal The period has been extended, therefore, the first 
half has not ended (12-8-2, 7-1-4) 

SITUATION #24: A player from Team A gets injured in front of his 
bench as a player from Team B is about to enter Team A's penalty 
area with the ball The trainer from Team A runs onto the field to 
help his injured player as play is going on The official sees the 
infraction, stops play and awards an indirect free kick to Tem B to 
be taken from where the player was injured 
RULING: Illegal The indirect free kick must be taken from where 
"^e ball was when the official stopped the play, (13-2-2-1) 
SITUATION #25: During play. Goalkeeper A and Player B fall over 
'he end line from the penalty area extended and are both out-of- 
bounds Goalkeeper A then fouls Player B by grasping his legs to 
prevent his return to the field where the ball is still in play, the 
referee awards a penalty kick to Team B 

RULING: Legal, The penalty area is extended to cover normal play 
which occurs over the end line (14-1-1) 



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The Swimming Committee met on Wednesday, 
September 18, 1985, at the K.H.S.A.A. office in Lexington. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the 
meeting to order at 1 :30 p.m. Committee members present 
included Tim Cahill, David Webb, Steve Busch, Dale 
Baggett, Tom Ross, Karen Vanover, Mike Daniel and Jack 
Thompson. 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of the 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as follows: 
Central Kentucky Region - Tim Cahill, Model High School, 
Richmond: Jefferson County Region - Jack Thompson, 
Crescent Hill, Louisville; Western Kentucky Region - Dale 
Baggett, Hopkinsville: Northern Kentucky Region - David 
Webb, Scott High School, Covington. The following are 
future sites for the Western Kentucky Region - Bowling 
Green, 1986-87 and Elizabethtown, 1987-88. The 
discussion concerning the Regional meets included 
adding Holy Family to the list of participating schools. The 
Regional Entry date is January 31, 1986. It was suggested 
that the admission price to all Regional meets be $2.00 and 
$1.00. 

The next item for discussion was the 1 985-86 State Swim 
Meet site. The 1985-86 meet will be held at Crescent Hill in 
Louisville, Kentucky, February 21:22, 1986. The time 
schedule has been revised for the 1986 meet. All diving will 
be scheduled on Friday, February 21 with the swimming 
preliminaries and finals on Saturday, February 22. 

It was suggested there be a change in the seating 
arrangements with a separate area for the swimmers and 
one for the spectators. Admission price was discussed and 
may be raised in order to try to meet the cost of the meet. It 
was announced that there would be concession stands 




open duringallsessions. Open warm-ups will be 4:00 -5:30 
p.m. and 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. during the warm-up for boys' and 
girls' diving on Friday evening. It was also discussed that a 
scratch box be available at the time and place that the team 
packets are picked up. It was decided that there be one 
diving judge selected from each region and three judges 
selected at large. 

The committee then discussed the new rule changes for 
the 1985-86 school year. There was a short discussion on 
the Swimming Section of the K H.S.A.A. Constitution and 
By-Laws. No changes were made. 

Brigid DeVries announced that bids are open for the 
1986-87 Regional and State Meets. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building 
in Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday, October 12, 1985. 
The meeting was called to order by President Patrick 
Crawford at 9:30 a.m. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and 
Louis Stout and Sports Information Director Julian 
Tackett present Lloyd Redman was present representing 
the State Department of Education. The invocation was 
given by Mr. Redman. 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
the minutes of the July 19, 1985 and August 28, 1985 
meetings of the Board be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Chester 
Turner, that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning July 1, 1985, and ending September 30, 1985. be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Crawford called on Dr. Jon Draud who had 
requested to appear before the Board on behalf of his son, 
Scott, Dr. Draud explained that Scott had been invited to 
participate in the 1986 Derby Day Classic. However, if he 
participates in the event, he will violate By-Law 32, Post 
Season and All-Star Games, and will not beeligibletoplay 
spring sports. After Dr. Draud's presentation, and a 
discussion of this particular situation, David Webb made a 
motion that effective immediately, senior athletes shall be 
governed by NCAA, rules as they pertain to post-season 
or all-star games. Tom Buchanan seconded the motion, 
which carried unanimously. Therefore, Scott is eligible to 
participate in the 1986 Derby Day Classic without loss of 
eligibility for K.H.S.A.A. sponsored spring sports. 

President Crawford then called on Dr. Quin Bailey of the 
Kentucky Medical Association and Chairman of the 
Subcommittee on Athletes' Health, who had asked that he 
speak to the Board regarding Certification of Coaches. 
Following his presentation and a discussion of the 1986 
Medical Symposium sites and dates. Commissioner Mills 
recommended that the All-Sports Committee meet and 
consider these recommendations. Tony dinger made a 
motion that the Board approved the Commissioner's 
recommendation. Grant Talbott seconded the motion 
which carried unanimously. 

Following Commissioner Mills' recommendation to 
reemploy Sports Information Director Julian Tackett 
through June 1986, David Webb moved, seconded by Ray 
Story, that the Commissioner's recommendation be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Committee Vice Chairman Chester Turner led 
a discussion on the proposed Board of Control Handbook. 



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PAGE THREE 



Following the discussion, Tom Buchanan moved, 
seconded by Frank Welch that the Handbook be adopted 
as presented. The motion passed unanimously- 

President Crawford called on Football Committee 
Chairman Chester Turner to present the committee's 
proposal for re-alignment. 

Following a lengthy discussion, Chester Turner moved, 
seconded by Frank Welch that the Football Committee's 
report be accepted and that public input from the schools 
be taken by Class prior to the January meeting of the 
Board of Control. The proposed re-alignment will be 
mailed to all football playing schools prior to the hearing 
date. The motion carried by a vote of 8 in favor, 1 opposed 
and 1 abstention. 

President Crawford called on Principal Bill VanWinkle, 
Owensboro High School, who had requested a hearing 
before the Board to request that his school be changed 
from AAAA to AAA for the 1986 football season due to a 
large drop in enrollment. Following a discussion thereof. 
Grant Talbott made amotion that Owensboro High School 
be moved from Class AAAA to Class AAA for the 1986 
season and be placed in Region I, District 2. David Webb 
seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 8 in favor 
and 2 abstentions. 

Commissioner Mills requested that the Board consider 
his recommendation to purchase a new computer. 
Following a discussion, Charlie Wilson made a motion to 
accept the Commissioner's recommendation. The motion 
was seconded by Frank Welch and carried by a vote of 8 in 
favor and 1 abstention. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board a proposal 
from WKYT-TV to carry the final game of the 1986 Boys 
State High School Basketball Tournament in March. 
Following a discussion of the proposal, Ray Story moved, 
seconded by Charlie Wilson, that the Board grant the 
Commissioner the authority to enter into a contractual 
agreement with WKYT-TV to telecast the game. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

A discussion ensued with regard to whether or not 
ineligible and/or suspended players are covered by the 



K.H.S.A.A. catastrophic insurance plan. Ken Tippettmade 
a motion that the Commissioner ask Doug Rued linger for a 
clarification of this matter and inform the member schools 
of his response. Grant Talbott seconded the motion which 
carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise submitted a proposal to 
the Board regarding a reciprocity agreement with four 
bordering states and Michigan that the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association accept the test scores and 
ratings of officials. Following a brief discussion of this 
proposal. Ray Story made a motion that the Board accept 
Mr. Wise's recommendation. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which carred unanimously. 

Mr. Wise announced that the next meeting of the Board 
would be on November 29 for the purpose of hearing 
appeals and November 30 for the regular meeting. It was 
also announced that the Football Championship Playoffs 
would be as follows: 

Class A - 1:00 p.m. Friday, November 29 
Class AA - 3:00 p.m Friday, November 29 
Class AAA - 8:00 p m. Friday, November 29 
Class AAA - 1:00 p m Saturday, November 30 

Commissioner Stout discussed the Semi-State Baseball 
Tournament site with Board members. A recommendation 
was made that Morehead Recreation Dept., Pikeville and 
Somerset rotate the semi-state tournament. Frank Welch 
made a motion that Mr. Stout's recommendation be 
accepted and that Pikeville host the semi-state tournament 
for 1986. Grant Talbott seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the Baseball re-alignment 
which had been sent to all Board members prior to the 
Board meeting, Ray Story made a motion that the re- 
alignment be accepted. Tony dinger seconded the 
motion, which carried unanimously The re-alignment will 
appear elsewhere in the October issue of the 'Athlete " 

There being no further business, Charlie Wilson moved 
that the meeting adjourn. Tony dinger seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 



APPEALS HEARINGS 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A Office Building. 
Lexington. Kentucky, on Friday afternoon. October 11, 
1985, for the purpose of hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Patrick 
Crawford at 4:00 p.m. Present were all Board members, 
Lloyd Redman, representing the State Department of 
Education: Commissioner Tom Mills: Executive Assistant 
Billy Wise: Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and 
Louis Stout. The invocation was given by Lloyd Redman. 

President Crawford called on Mr and Mrs Thomasson 
who had requested a hearing before the Board of Control 
on behalf of her nephew. Terry E. Nannie. Jr.. a student at 
Heath High School, who had been ruled ineligible by the 
Commissioner under By-Law 6. Transfer Rule. Following 
Mrs. Thomasson's presentation and questions by the 
Board members, David Webb moved that the Board waive 
By-Law 6 in this case and declare Terry eligible to 
participate immediately in interscholastic athletics. Tom 
Buchanan seconded the motion, which carried 
unanimously. 

Then came Attorney Chris Seaman, representing Scott 
Adwell, a student at Barren County High School who had 
been declared ineligible to participate in athletics due to 
By-law 5, Section 1c. , Enrollment. Following Mr. Seaman's 
presentation and questions to him by the Board members. 
Frank Welch made a motion, seconded by Charlie Wilson, 
that the ruling of the Commissioner be upheld in this case. 
The motion carried unanimously. 



The next appeal on the Agenda was on behalf of 
Catherine Kluthe, a student who had transferred from Villa 
Madonna Academy to Scott High School and who had 
participated in athletics at the former school Mr. and Mrs. 
William Kluthe, parents of Catherine, presented their 
appeal to the Board members to waive By-Law 6, Transfer 
Rule. Following questions to the Kluthes by the Board 
members. David Webb moved that the Commissioner's 
ruling be upheld in this case. Grant Talbott seconded the 
motion. The motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor. 2 
opposed and 1 abstention 

The final appeal was presented by Mr and Mrs. Tim 
Thornburg on behalf of their daughter Heather. Heather 
had been ruled ineligible to participate in interscholastic 
athletics due to the fact she had transfered from 
Assumption High School where she was a basketball 
player to Shelby County High School Following the 
Thornburg's presentation and there being no questions. 
Charlie Wilson moved that the Board uphold the decision 
of the Commissioner and that Heather remain ineligible to 
participate m athletics at Shelby County High School. 
Grant Talbott seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further appeals. Charlie Wilson made a 
motion to adjourn Tonly dinger seconded the motion, 
which carried unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1985 

Is More Always Better? 



EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article was written by Liz Ackerwold, a Lake 
City, MN High Sctiool teacher and coacti since 1980 An Austin Higti Sctiool 
and Concordia (Md.) College graduate. Liz teaches Health (grades 7 and 10) 
and physical education (grade 9) and has been active in coaching basketball 
and volleyball at Lake City High School. While in high school at Austin, she 
was a four-year letter winner in basketball and track and three-year letter 
winner in volleyball 



As a new school year begins ancj our high school league 
activities get uncJerway, I find myself reflecting on the 
schedule ahead. This thought often causes me to question 
the goals and responsibilities that I have as a teacher and 
coach. 

With the encouragement of some and the caution of 
many, I feel the need to express myself and challenge 
others to thmk about how successfully we are meeting the 
goal of being educators first and coaches second. Over the 
past several years the feedback I have been getting from 
players, coaches, parents, and teachers has not convinced 
me that our priorities regarding athletics and education 
are in the properorder. Idealistically, I believe that we were 
hired first because of our ability to be effective-classroom 
teachers and secondly because we can coach. 
Realistically, I'm not sure that always happens. The 
message that this sends is confusing and thus I find a 
growing concern developing about the educational 
soundness of our priorities. Kids learn from our priorities 
and the importance that we place on them. 

An encouraging statement and one that supports much 
of my philosophy on this issue is the Brown vs. Minnesota 
State High School League case in 1970: ". . . high schools 
are not obligated to prepare or tram students for a career in 
professional athletics. We gather that they conceive their 
obligation to be the development of the whole person and 
to avoid an overemphasis in extracurricular athletic 
activity which may detract from the student's interest in 
and contribution to the total educational process. They 
have determined that such overemphasis on athletic 
activities interferes with academic goals as well as the 
goals and responsibilities of life for which the education 
system seeks to prepare our citizens." Are we as 
teachers/coaches making this happen? 

'Before going on, let me preface by saying that first of all, 
I am a strong supporter of the Minnesota High School 
League and I applaud them for their dedication toward 
high school athletics. Second, I am fortunate to be a 
volleyball coach, and third, as a former three-sport athlete, 
I appreciate the opportunities that I had to participate in 
competitive athletics. These experiences positively 
enriched me as a person. 

There have been many changes, however, since the 
mid 1970's and certainly I am not against change. (Let us 
never regress back to the NAAF anti-competitive 
philosophy of 1923!) But, often I do feel an increasing pull 
in the direction that more is always better. More games in a 
season, more weekend tournaments, more practices 
(weekends, holidays), more out-of-season conditioning, 
etc. Is more always better? 

Is more than one game a week necessary? It's difficult to 
condition and practice well with so little time in between 
games. More importantly, for many with long traveling 
distances an early-week game makes it difficult to be 
effective as a teacher or student the next day when the bus 
leaves immediately after school and returns home around 
midnight. Is more always better? I think not. If ourgoal is to 
help develop student-athletes and our top priority is to 
provide a well-rounded education, then we must allow for 



this to happen. Our decisions as a teacher-coach should 
be based on the best interests of our student-athletes. We 
must pay more than lip service to this. 

As a coach, I naturally would like to have the best team 
possible and help to develop the skill potential of the team 
members. Carefully planned practice sessions will 
develop these skills and we all know that the more we 
practice the better we'll become. But where do we draw the 
line? 

Is more always better? 

Those who have been involved in winning programs are 
well aware of the increasing pressure that is put on athletes 
and coaches. Because we did very well one year it is often 
expected that each succeeding year should bring equal or 
better results, and if we work even harder we should be 
even better. Unfortunately, that doesn't happen very often 
and sometimes we can get caught in that pressure web. 
Winning is hard to let go of and its feeling is addicting. 

I think we must also be aware of the need for many of us, 
teacher-coach, student-athlete alike, to have time for other 
interests and activities during the seasons. Feeling that we 
can book our athletes time so tightly may suffocate their 
chance to grow in other areas. We must also keep in mind 
the importance of allowing kids to be with their families: 
the main base of support for many young people. Would 
we really have less of a team if we didn't practice on a 
Saturday? Would we really be behind if once or twice 
during a season we took a day off from practice or quit 
early? Would the players really suffer is we gave them five 
succeeding days off during Christmas vacation? I am not 
suggesting that we turn competitive athletics into 
intramurals but I am convinced that sometimes we put so 
much emphasis on the physical preparation of our athletes 
that we forget the emotional and mental needs of 
adolescents. We work so hard on the body that we forget 
about the mind. 

Choosing to be involved in high school athletics does 
require dedication of time, energy, and talents, as well as 
sacrifice. In addition, many of our students are involved in 
more than one activity during theyear. We can teach many 
things about life through athletics and the rewards can be 
invaluable. Very few of our players will go on to be 
professionals but all will go on with life, careers, changes, 
and memories. Athletics can help in this lifetime 
preparation but certainly cannot do it all. Few of us got 
where were are today strictly because of how we played on 
a high school team and we must remember this same fact 
with our student-athletes. Hopefully, we are in this 
business for the best interest of the kids and not for our 
own glory. 

In conclusion, there are no easy answers to all of this. 
This is not a reprimand to coaches, we do a good job but 
these are some concerns that need to be considered. The 
risk I take in doing this is to place myself on an island with 
possibly little support. I do feel some personal 
contradictions as I write this yet I feel strongly that it is time 
for us to reassess our goals in competitive high school 
athletics and to take an honest look at where we are 
headed. Our influence as educators goes far beyond the 
gym or playing field and we must remember the needs of 
all of our students, athletes or not. A strong, well-rounded 
education for all is the most important game we can win. 



Written by Liz Ackerwold, Lake City, MN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



1985-86 Baseball Districts and Regions Re-Alignment 



REGION I 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tllghman, 
Reidland 

District 2: Ballard Memorial, Graves County, St. Mary 

District 3: Carlisle County, Fulton, Fulton County, 
Hickman County 

District 4: Calloway County, Marshall County, Mayfield. 
Murray 

REGION II 

District 5: Christian County, Fort Campbell, 
Hopkinsville, Trigg County 

District 6: Caldwell County. Crittenden County, 
Livingston Central. Lyon County 

District 7; Dawson Springs, Madlsonville-North 
Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 8: Henderson County, Providence, Union 
County, Webster County 

REGION III 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

District 10: Bremen. Central City, Drakesboro, Graham, 
Greenville, Hughes-Kirk 

District 11: Breckinridge County, Grayson County, 
Hancock County, St. Romuald 

District 12: Fordsville, McLean County, Ohio County, 
Trinity (Whitesville) 

REGION IV 

District 13: Butler County, Logan County, Russellville, 
Todd County Central 

District 14: Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson. Warren 
Central, Warren East 

District 15: Allen County, Barren County. Edmonson 
County, Glasgow 

District 16: Clinton County, Cumberland County, 
Metcalfe County, Monroe County 

REGION V 

District 17: East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Meade County, North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18: Caverna, Green County. Hart County, LaRue 
County 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson County, 
Washington County 

District 20: Adair County, Campbellsville, Marion 
County. Taylor County 

REGION VI 

District 21: Central, Portland Christian, Shawnee, 
Southwest Christian 

District 22: Butler, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Western 

District 23: Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, Valley 

District 24: DeSales, Evangel, Iroquois, Southern 

REGION VII 
District 25: duPont Manual, Male, Ninth & 0, St. Xavier 
District 26: Atherton. Christian Academy. Seneca. 

Trinity 
District 27: Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Moore, Waiden 
District 28: Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky Country Day. 

Waggener 

REGION VIII 

District 29: Bullitt Central. Bullitt East. North Bullitt. 
Spencer County 

District 30: Anderson County. Eminence, Henry County, 
Shelby County 

District 31: Carroll County, Gallatin County, Oldham 
County, Trimble County 

District 32: Grant County, Owen County, Scott County, 
Williamstown, Walton-Verona 



REGION IX 

District 33: Boone County, Conner, Lloyd, St. Henry, 
Simon-Kenton 

District 34: Bellevue, Dayton, Holmes, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic 

District 35: Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, 
Highlands, Scott, Silver Grove 

District 36: Beechwood, Covington Catholic. Dixie 
Heights. Holy Cross, Ludlow 



REGION X 

District 37: Bourbon County, Harrison County, 
Millersburg, Nicholas County. Paris 

District 38: Augusta. Bracken County, Deming, 
Pendleton County 

District 39: Fleming County, Mason County, Maysville, 
St. Patrick, Tollesboro 

District 40: Bath County, Estill County, George Rogers 
Clark, Montgomery County 

REGION XI 

District 41: Frankfort, Franklin County, Western Hills, 
Woodford County 

District 42: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 43: Berea. Madison, Madison Central, Model 

REGION XII 

District 44: Boyle County, Danville, Kentucky School f/t 
Deaf, Lincoln County 

District 45: Burgin, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, 
Jessamine County, Mercer County 

District 46: McCreary Central. Monticello. Russell 
County, Wayne County 

District 47: Casey County, Laurel County, Pulaski 
County, Somerset 

REGION XIII 

District 48: Clay County, Jackson County, Oneida, 
Rockcastle County 

District 49: Barbourville, Corbin, Knox Central, Lynn 
Camp, Whitley County, Williamsburg 

District 50: Bell County. Middlesboro, Pineville, Red Bird 

District 51: Cawood. Cumberland. Evarts, Harlan 

REGION XIV 

District 52: Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Letcher, Whitesburg 

District 53: Buckhorn, Dilce Combs, Hazard, Leslie 
County, M.C. Napier 

District 54: Breathitt County. Cordia, Jackson. Knott 
County, Riverside Christian 

District 55: Lee County. Owsley County. Powell County. 
Wolfe County 

REGION XV 

District 56: Johnson Central, Magoffin County, 
Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 57: Allen Central, Betsy Layne, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District 58: Dorton, Millard, Mullins, Pikeville, Virgie 

District 59: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Johns 
Creek, Phelps 

REGION XVI 

District 60: Menifee County, Morgan County, Rowan 
County 

District 61: East Carter, Elliott County, Lewis County, 
West Carter 

District 62: Fairview, Greenup County. Raceland, 
Russell 

District 63: Boyd County. Holy Family, Lawrence 
County, Paul Blazer 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1985 



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1985-86 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved 
as a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. 
Only officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to 
work in the district and regional tournaments. Only 
K.H.S.A.A. approved or certified officials shall be used in 
games betw/een sub-district and district vs/inners. Only 
certified officials shall be used in all other playoff games. 
Western Kentucky 



APPROVED 

Garden, Mike 
Gray, Don 
Hendley, Steve 
Janssen, Jan 
Puckett, Jeff 
Searcy, Jerry 

Big Eight 
APPROVED 

Burton, Luther 
Cabbage. David Bruce 
Riggs, Stan 

Mid-Kentucky 
APPROVED 

Alford, Robert 
Barbour. Lonnie 
Seal, James F 
Hankins, William 
Lewis, Arthur Lee 
McCallum, Larry 
McPeek, Michael 
Matusiak, Martin 
Reber. Roberl 
Revis, David 
Rigon, Dennis 
Sanford. Ronnie 
Thomas. Michael 
Underhill, John 
Watson, Curtis 

Kentuckiana 
APPROVED 

Crawford. Steven 
DeSensi. Dino 
Kain. Michael 
Mefford. Bob 
Richie. William 
Schmitt. Jim 
Schmitt, Rick 
Schmitt. Roger 
Schwinn, James 
Trimer. Pete 
Walsh. Tom 

Northern Kentucky 
APPROVED 

Halpin. Maury 
Justice, Ronald 
Kordenbrock, Andy 
Mang. Berry 
Miller. Joseph 
Rottgers, Robert 
Wrobliski. Jim 

Central Kentucky 
APPROVED 

Booth, Thomas J. 
Donaldson. Mychal 
Downing, Brooks 
Hill. Rober 
Riggs, Mark R 
Ringo, Frederick 
Smith, Jeff 
Tackett, Julian 



CERTIFIED 

Goble, Kenneth, Jr 
Hollingsworth, Ralph 
Roby. Michael J, 
Shewmaker, Wayne 



CERTIFIED 

Malak, Mark 



CERTIFIED 

Claywell. Sam 
Hawkins, Stewart 
Herron, Mike 
Holland. James 
Inman, Gary 
McFalls, Garry 
Miller. John W 
Molohon, Rick 
Smith, Arthur 
Sutherland, Fred 
Thompson, David 
Wildt. Jerry 



CERTIFIED 

Meyer, Michael F. 
Treibly. Charles 
Turner, Ron 



CERTIFIED 

Lang, Dean Edward 
Smock, Edward K. 

Tompkins, Barrie 
Yeiser. Gerald 



Region 13 
APPROVED 

House. Joseph 
Hudson, Thomas 



Region 14 



Region 15— No Report 

Region 16 
APPROVED 

Dixon. Ronald 
Gray, Gregory 
Martino, Michael 
Salyers, Keith 
Shield. Art 



CERTIFIED 

Ball, Phillip 
Burgan, Curtis 
Stuber, Charles 
Washington, Darryl 

CERTIFIED 

Combs. Harold 
Walker, Ernest 



CERTIFIED 

Craft, Robert 



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APPROVED 

Barber. Oliver 
Cashman. Aubrey 
Edgerton, Lee 
Klein, Robert 
Koesters. Willi 
Lynn, Peter 
Malcolm, J Vincent 
Mercke, James 
Moghadamian, Mohammad 
Robertson. Dave 
Snook. Robert 
Slaurovsky, Ronnie 
Stepler, Richard 
Unland. Bruce 
Warden, Howard 
Webb. William 
Whyland, John 



1985-86 Certified 

and Approved 

Soccer Officials 



CERTIFIED 

Flesch, James 
Kearns, Tom 
Mauntel, Tim 
Priestoff, Tim 
Pugh, Robert 
Rademacher. John 
Reinhardt. Bruce 
Stepner. Don 
Taybi. Kewmars 
Tecklenburg, Don 
Whalen, James 
Williams, James A. 
Yeoman. George 



9 



1985-86 Certified 

and Approved 
Volleyball Officials 



APPROVED 

Bruenderman, Mary 
Rice. Debra M. 



CERTIFIED 

Bancroft, John 
Bancroft. Mary Ann 
Williams. James A. 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has 
printed a directory for 1985-86. Included in the directory is 
a calendar of events, a section on general information 
about the K.H.S.A.A. and a listing of member schools and 
their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials and other 
interested persons at a fee of $2.00 plus postage of 70$ for 
one Directory. Please send check or money order to 
Directory, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, 
Kentucky 40522. 



From The Commissioner's Office \^@'^^§) (^ (^(!D@T( 
FORMAT CHANGED FOR THE ATHLETE MAGAZINE 



The Athlete, the official publication of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has undergone a 
facelift recently, with changes designed to help not only its appearance, but to keep better in touch with our 
member schools. In the spring of 1985, a newsletter, "Notes and Quotes" was distributed to the schools. The 
response was very good, but the Board of Control felt that by highlighting the news some other way, we 
could insure that all schools were informed. 

Therefore, this is the first of the Commisssioner's Corner. Each month, we hope to print important 
deadlines and news, open dates for scheduling, etc. If you have a suggestion, open date, staff or student 
congratulations, or just a funny story, please send it to me at the office. 

The Association is beginning to assemble a handbook on dealing with the media. Please send any 
suggestions to the office. Lastly, it is very important that you take a good black and white picture of each of 
your teams. These pictures are very important should your team qualify for the K.H.S.A.A. Playoffs or 
tournaments. —Julian Tackett, Sports Information 



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IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING CATASTROPHIC INSURANCE. . . 

As we brought out at the Board of Control meeting in October, the catastrophic insurance plan for 
K.H.S.A.A. athletes is not in effect for ineligible participants practicing with the team. That includes 
academic ineligibility, transfer waiting period, etc. Further interpretation is being sought from the Doug 
Reudlinger Insurance Company and the Federation Insurance Committee, but until such an interpretation 
is received and distributed, keep this important liability fact in mind and inform all of your coaches of the 
pitfalls of an injury to an uninsured player. 

PICTURES SOUGHT FOR COVER OF ATHLETE. . . 

Pictures are being sought for the cover of the Athlete magazine. It is hoped to highlight a different sport 
each month, and not necessarily an All-State participant or state champion. If you have any good black and 
white pictures, please forward them to this office immediately. If the Association uses the picture in the 
magazine, full credit will be given to the photographer (if known) and the providing school. 

REMINDER TO CALL IN SCORES. . . 

Schools playing all sports sanctioned by the K.H.S.A.A., but particularly those playing football are 
reminded to contact either the Associated Press, the Lexington Herald or the Courier Journal with your 
results immediately following each game. Those phone numbers are: 

Lexington Herlad Leadter (606) 231-3225 (call collect); Louisville Courier Journal (800) 292-3570, (502) 
582-4361 (call collect if 800 number is busy); Associated Press (800) 292-3560. 

It is very important that you contact these outlets as this Association relies heavily on these mediums to 
keep us up to date on standings and scores. Please do not depend on your local paper to contact the wire 
service. The call costs you nothing and generally takes less than 60 seconds. 



WHAT ABOUT POST SEASON ALL STAR GAMES? 

One of the most common questions asked for me to interpret is the By-Law 32 provision for post-season 
All-Star games. The by-law states that from the end of a sports season to the end of the school year, eligible 
participants from different schools may participate on a team together only with Board of Control approval. 
The penalty for underclassman violation is a one year suspension, while the penalty for a senior is stated to 
be ineligibility for participation in spring sports during the senior season. 

At the October meeting of the Board of Control, the Board voted unanimously to waive the rule for all 
senior participants to allow them to participate in up to two post-season All-Star games without spring 
sports penalty. The Board felt that N.C.A.A. regulations allowing two games for these participants was 
enough restraint and that these few athletes should not be penalized for multi-sport talent. 

Please feel free to call or write this office anytime with your questions. I must tell you that no rulings can 
be made by phone, that in accordance with the Constitution and By-Laws, all rulings must be made in 
writing. —Tom Mills, Commissioner 



ADDITION TO YOUR SCHOOL DIRECTORY. . . 

Please add the following to your list of member scfiools- 



Central Kentucky Christian School 

710 Perryville Road 
Harrodsburg, KY 40330 
Ath. Director: Darryl Duer 
Nicltname: Eagles 
Phone: (606) 734-9347 



Superintendent: William Weigie, Jr. 
Bd. Rep.: Darryl Duer 
Colors: Blue and Green 
Sports: Cross Country (B&G) 



CORRECTION. . . 

For those of you who have not mailed in your state tournament ticket order for basketball, the postage and 
handling should be $2.00 per order. This was inadvertently left off of the application. Also, as many have 
pointed out, Diddle Arena in Bowling Green isthe site of the Girls' Basketball Tournament, not Lexington as 
was erroneously placed on Purchase Order Form E. 



SPECIAL NOTICE TO SCHOOLS AND OFFICIALS 

Based on a request from the National Federation of State High School Associations and the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Board of Control, I am writing this with regard to the enforcement of 
Basketball Rule 10-4 and 10-5. 
Rule 10-4 states that Bench Personnel shall not; 

1. Commit an unsportsmanlike foul. This includes, but is not limited to, acts or conduct such as: 

a. Disrespectfully addressing an official; 

b. Attempting to influence an official's decisions; 

c. Using profanity; 

d. Disrespectfully addressing or baiting an opponent; 

e. Objecting to an official's decision by rising from the bench or using gestures; 

f. Inciting undesirable crowd reactions; 

g. Squad number(s) not remaining seated on the bench while the clock is running unless spon- 
taneously reacting to an outstanding play by a member of their team and immediately returning to 
their seats, or reporting to the scorer's table. 

2. Enter the court unless by permission of an official to attend an injured player. 

PENALTY: (Articles 1. 2) 2 free throws. The foul ischarged to the offender and to the head coach. If flagrant, 
the offender is disqualified. Squad numbers or student bench personnel so disqualified are banished 
from the vicinity of the bench. Adult bench personnel so disqualified shall go to their team's locker 
room or leave the building. 
Note: The 3rd technical on any bench personnel is considered flagrant. 

Rule 10-5 states that Coach (es) must remain seated on the benchatall times while the clock is running oris 
stopped except to; 

Art 1. Confer with bench personnel and players within the confines of the bench area during a charged 
time-out or the intermission between quarters and extra periods; 

Art. 2. Rise and stand in front of their seat to signal players to request a charged time-out; 

Art. 3. Confer with personnel at the scorer's table to request a time-out for a correctable error, as in 2-10; 

Art. 4. Attend an injured player when beckoned onto the court by an official; 

Art. 5. Replace or remove a disqualified or injured player within the confines of his or her bench; 

Coaches may rise from their seats to spontaneously react to an outstanding play by a member of their 
team, but must immediately return to their seat. 

Art. 6. The coach shall replace a disqualified or injured player in 30 seconds when a substitute is available. 

All assigning secretaries and basketball officials have been notified to enforce Rule 10-4 and Rule 10-5. 
during the 1985-86 basketball'season. Officials that refuse to enforce this rule as written by the National 
Federation of State High Schools shall be suspended for an indefinite period to be decided by the 
Commissioner. It is the responsibility of the assigning secretary to report to the K.H.S.A.A. immediately the 
name of any official under his supervision who fails to enforce the above stated rule. 



This study will be conducted through the use of a simple questionaire which is to be mailed out at the 
conclusion of the season. In order to obtain accurate data we ask that a coach or trainer be in charge of 
injury records. We offer the following as a sample form for the injury form: 

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 
Athletic Injury Record 

Sport . 






1 

DAYS DISABLED 


WHAT 


WHEN 




HOW 


REMARKS 


Athlete's Name 


Date 




1- 




Type o( injury 


Game 
Practice 


c 
1 


Actn/ity at 
Time of injury 


Treatment 
Doctor RX 
X-Ray 
Medication 
Etc 







































































































The following is a sample of the questionaire to help you familiarize yourself with the data we will be 
requesting. Thank you in advance for your help and cooperation. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
Football Injury Study 



Number of football players on your squad? 

In which class does your school participate? 

Do you have a National Athletic Trainers Association certified trainer? 

Do you have a state licenced Athletic Trainer? 

Do you have a separate training room? 



6. How many student trainers do you have? 

7. Have they attended any camps or have any training in athletic training? 



Yes 
No_ 



Or any First Aid background? 



Yes 
No- 



8. Do you have a team physician? . 

a. What is their specialty? 

b. Are they present for practice? 

c. Are they present for games? _ 



d. Do they travel to away games? 

9. Is there an ambulance present for your games? 

10. How many players required dental treatment due to an injury at practice? 

11. How many players required dental treatment due to an injury during a game? 

12. Was the athlete wearing a mouth piece when the dental injury occurred? 

Games No. 

Practice No. 



13. Were any of your players hospitalized due to a heat related problem? 
If so, how many? 



14. How many players had a head injury this year? (concussion, knocked out, etc.) 

Games 

Practice 



15. How many players were hospitalized due to a head injury? 

Games 

Practice 



16. How many players had a neck injury this year? 

Games 

Practice 



17. How many knee injuries did you have this year? 

18. How many players had knee surgery? 

Open surgery 



Orthroscopic surgery 



19. How many players wear a knee brace{s)? 

20. Did any sustain a knee injury? 

How many? 



21. How many fractured bones did your players have? 
List area(s): 



22. List all surgeries (other than above) that your player under went. 



23. Did you have any catastrophic injuries (paralysis/death)? 
Please describe. 



Test Date 

Oct. 26, 1985 
Dec. 14, 1985 
Feb. 8, 1986 
Apr. 12, 1986 
June 14, 1986 



DON'T FORGET THESE ACT TEST DATES- 

Regular Registration 
regular fee 

Sept. 27. 1985 
Nov. 15, 1985 
Jan. 10, 1986 
Mar. 14, 1986 
May 16, 1986 



Late Deadline 
additional fee 

Oct. 15, 1985 
Dec. 3, 1985 
Jan. 28, 1986 
Apr. 1, 1986 
June 3, 1986 



NEW EQUIPMENT CAN HELP WITH YOUR ALTERNATING POSSESSION. . . 

With the recent ruling concerning the alternating possession on all jump ball situations, many schools 
will be needing some form of indicator to show which team is due to get possession. The Association has 
received a catalog from Daktronics, Inc., which has several of the devices available. If you would like further 
information, please write to the office. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



RANKINGS OF 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 



The following rankings have been submitted to the 
K.H.S.A.A. by the Assigning Secretary from each Region 
for the 1984-85 basketball season. 

REGION I 

Carter, Mike; Jr., McGinty, L.V.; Green, Don; Finley, 
Howard; Brewer, Preston; Cash, Charles; Latham, Billy; 
Higdon, Sam; Jackson, Dennis; Featherstone, Jerry: 
DeRosa, Joe; Henson, Don; Morris, Bobby; Miller, Harold 
Harper, James; Paitsel, James. 

REGION II 

Holt, Robert; Beshears, Jim; Browning, Wayne; Davis, Jay; 
Boisture, Roy; Holmes, Eddie; Vaughn, Ron; East, Bill; 
Holt, Ronnie; Carlton, Rob; Bugg, James; Crick, Dwaine; 
Stone, Sidney; Gates, Bill; Creasey, Mike; Holt, Steve; 
Rogers. Mike; Pierce, Frank; Malak, Mark; Woosley, Travis; 
Colley, Lynn; Hughes, Roy; Day, Roy; Griffith, Mike; 
Haynes, Billy; Kluepfel, Joe; Dossett, Mac; Frazer, Tom 
Roe; Franklin, John; Dillingham, Kent; East, Tim; Decker, 
Neil; Allen, Mickey; Gilmore, Donald; Clark, Greg; Kelley, 
Jeff; Crick, James; Crowell, Jim. 

REGION III 

Long, James; Barnes, Barry; Divine, Wayne; Hill, James; 
Montgomery, Chester; King, Curtiss; McClure, Willis; 
Wilson, Ken; Everiy, Phyllis; Everly, Randy; Estes, Walter; 
Thomson, Cecil; Mullins, Jay; Mattingly, Terry; Hardin, 
Ronnie; Peterson, Steve; Peckenpaugh, Terry; Fox, 
Joanna; Thomas, Durward; Davis, Harold; Kemp, Jim; 
Jones, Spurgeon; Barnes, Roger; Haynes, Steve; Askin, 
Ray; Fields, Paul; Quisenberry, David; Mefford, Marty; 
Childress, Jeff; Dotson, Scott; Weedman, Dorman; Nantz, 
Miotiel; Lowrey, Bart; Quiggins, Marsha; Singleton, 
Ronnie; Morris, Jim; Duncan, Les; Clardy, Barry; 
Hightower, Edward; Gadis, Gerald. 

REGION IV 

Burkeen, Phil; Curry, Randy; Murrell, Al; Long, Bill; Hamm, 
Ritchie; Curry, Mark; Anderson, Ralph; Sims, Russ; 
Lamastus, Randy; James, Janice; Proffitt, Carlie; Perkins, 
Mel; Vance, Hunter; Williams, Jim; Harlow, Doug; Hamm, 
Gerald; Edwards, Ken; Appling, James; Barnhill, Carl; 
Nylin, Bob; Taylor, S.; Whittaker, Wally; Goad, Tom; 
Houchens, Joe. 

REGION V 

Brashear, Loy; Downs, Joe; Myers, Ron; Williams, Bob; 
Spalding, Randall; Wilson, Paul; Durbin, Hade; Crutcher, 
Paul; Thompson, B.D.; Cross, Roger; Hilton, Billy; Morse, 
Richard; Gaddie, Gary; Gupton, Lawrence; Bartley, Joe; 
Crutcher, Marion; Beard, Dusty; Reif, Harry; Wright, Gary; 
Skaggs, Bobby; Stikeleather, Clyde; Gupton, George; 
Hawkins, Don; Frazier, Mac; Thomas, Mike; Matusiak, 
Marty; Elliott, Mike; Percell, Danny; McLane, Albert; 
Rigon, Dennis; Revis, David; Pursiful, Larry; Hawkins, 
Stewart; Strain, Dick; Hundley, Finis; Bagby, Gary; Girvin, 
Jay; Wheeler, Milton; Upchurch, Mark; Spalding, Glenn. 

REGION VI & VII 

Hatfield, Rip; Hayes, Pete; Newton, Dennis; Gatterdam, 
Ed; Monks, Ron; Bryant, Jimmy; Brothers, Dottie; Redle, 
Joel; Coffman, Steve; Baker, Jan; Hourigan, Tim; Bell, 
Clarence; Duvall, Tom; Stovall, Cathy; Weihe, Bob; 
Singleton, Bobby; Eaves, Jimmy; Smith, Ron; Hatfield, 
Dan; McAnnally, Tom; Reader, Bob; Latkovski, Andy; 
Driskell, Earl; Weber, Tom; Clark, Ken; Taylor, Don; 



Tindall, Cliff; Pavlic, Chris; Decker, Jim; Brown, Judy; 
Hickey, Tom; Jansen, Jean; Meredith, Billy; Hiipp, Gerald; 
Brewer, Charles; Henry, Dennis; Wright, Nancy; Mallory, 
Jim; Wychulis, Beth; Cooper, Fred; Heckel, Richard; 
Marquette, Ralph; Heckel, Charles; Szyper, Dick; 
Compton, Al; Atzinger, Phyllis; Kazunas, Gerald; Woosley, 
Donald; Pearl, George; Ramsey, Dale; White, Curtis; Fox, 
Russ; James, Bob; Ritchie, Bill; Baldwin, Dennis; 
Donohue, Sarge; Peak, Barbara; Mattingly, Gary; Cecil, 
Ron; Shake, Ken; Hauber, Cheri; Stuedle, Ray; Kistner, 
Gary; Stephenson, Joe; Green, Steve; Gibson, Gary; 
Gillespie, Vickie; Nail, Ken; Holt, Tim; Bell, Ron; Dunn, 
Chris; Bush, Jerry; O'Brien, Jim; HiIpp, Terry; Bergstrom, 
Ed; Hash, Jeff; Carpenter, Al; Conklin, Gary; Stewart, 
Steve; Bell, Sharon; Nickerson, Bruce; Maddox, Art; 
Shepherd, Larry; Smith, Art; Gornet, Mary Pat; Morris, 
Larry; Ramsom, Ken; Hamilton, Joe; Etheridge, Ricky; 
Beck, Bob; Ray, Buddy; Featherstone, John; Yann, Gerald; 
George, Gary; Gibson, Al; McGavic, Ron; Jennette, Tony; 
Bland, Chuck; Russell, Clem; Miller, Robert; Abell; 
Pettaway, L.; Stober, Missy; Cox, Buddy; Sayler, Hank; 
Yeoman, George; Lasky, Barbara; Parker, J; Cromer, Dan; 
King, Ken; White, Bob; Griffin, Dennis; Turner, Ron; 
Mcintosh; Abott, Randy; Fryrear; Elliot; Clayton; Burns; 
Nail, Tony; Newton, J.; King, Mike; Johnson, S.; Smith, 
Doug; Showalter, C; Gatewood, Bob. 

REGION VIII 

Stethen, Jim; Taylor, Bill; Dyke, Dean; Gordon, Roy; 
Jones, John; Mefford, Gran; Camacho, Marcus; Peyton, 
William; Mullins, Ray; Williams, Gary; Lawrence, Gary; 
Holmes, Lois; Doll, Allen; Wagoner, Jim; Jackson, Steve; 
Gibbons, Mike; Prather, Turk; Williams, Don; Goins, Tom; 
Boyd, Tom; Watkins, David; Dant, Joe; Goodlett, Mike; 
Yaeger, John; Teague, Gary; Thornberry, Gary; Reinle, 
Billy; Grey, Don; Puckett, Jim; Pearson, William; Hawkins, 
Tom; Goodlett, Randy; Miller, Jerry; Emily, Steve; Caudill, 
Roy; Adamson, Buford; Skaggs, Nate; Knight, David; 
Wiley, James; Caudill, Charlene, Holland, Jay; Gosnell, 
Mike; Tindle, Lester. 

REGION IX 

Liggett, Ernie; Sullivan, Dan; Moore, Franklin; Hummel, 
Tom; Roesel, Joe; Weyer, Jim; Thompson, Tom D.; Moore, 
Bob; Delaney, Bill; Wolfe, Dennis; Burkart, Bob; Smith, 
Bill; Shields, Don; Freppon, Tom; Haas, Tom; Gabbard, 
Ray; Arnold, Jim; Swope, Tom; Buerger, Tim; Vories, Kent; 
Wright, Bob; Johnson, Jack J.; Fitzer, Carl; Brown, Steve; 
McDowell, Benny; Vories, Gary; Sullivan, Danny; Ponchot, 
Joeseph; Bond, Terry; Schneider, Don; Chappie, Charles; 
Brownfield, Claude; Meyer, Dave; Flesch, Jerry; 
Brockman, Tom; Bauman, Michael; Heilman, Glenn; 
Morris, Edward "Doc"; Penick, Dave; Morris, Tom; 
McCarthy, Steve; Biship, Paul; Newhouse, Doug; Brausch, 
David; Mason, Kip; Bertsch, Ron; Wilson, Larry; 
Washnock, Richard; Greter, Tom; Crittenden, Glenn; 
Antrobus, Randy; Rees, J.B.; Strong, Terry; Robbins, Mike; 
Ryan, Roger; Dunhoft, Kenny; Cunningham, Steve; 
Douthwaite, Don; Haskell, Dan; Hamilton, Tom; Mayborg, 
Glenn; Watson, Lloyd; Mertles, Jenny; Brady, Ron; Kristof, 
Dave; Schneider, Jeff; Smith, John W.; Woolum, Larry; 
Whalen, James J.; Berns, Tom; Scott, Emmanuel; Bennett. 
Joe; Obel, Dave; Catron, Michael; Sorrell, Tom; Willman, 
Glenn; Rose, Larry; Buerger, Anthony; Gosney, Donna J.; 
Williams, Ted M.; Benton, Jeff; Renchen, Bill; Gall, Greg; 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1985 



Basketball Officials Continued 



Eilers, Don L.; Hamilton, William; Zaieta, Mary; Gall, Greg; 
Wells, James D.; Hargrove, David L.; Scheibly, Dave; 
Myers, Donald R.; Jent, Richard; Wilkerson, Janice; 
Sammons, Terry; Smith, Dennis; Robinson, Scott; Trauth, 
Rick; Whalen, James F.; Goe, Robert; Lother, Jeff. 

REGION X & XI 

Radjunas, John; Jenkins, Burney; Thompson, Joe 
Chasteen, Rick; Byars, Don; Buis, Mike; Boucher, Larry 
Middleton, John; Catron, Ken; Wade, Kent; Kemper 
Nancy; Morgan, Chuck; Pickrell, Jerry; Sellier, Ed; Catron 
Mike; McNulty, Bob; Summer, Carl; Thompson, Gary; Bell 
Henry; Brown, Barry; Shuck, Tommy; Whitaker, Mac 
Williams, Roger; Ratliff, Larry; Story, John; Johnson 
Jerry; Eads. Ron; McClure. Jerry; Clark, Eddie; Lusby, 
George; Simmons, Ron; Johns, Jim; Peter, Fred 
Angelucci, Mondo; Fritz, John; Turpin, Don; Shields, Don 
Lashley, Dan; Turpin, Ron; Read, Ray; Basler, Mel; Walker 
Keith; Lyies, Larry; Oser, Larry; Overstreet, Walt; Kolpek 
David; Madison, Tex; Ovi/ens, Bruce; Lane, Bob; Hunt 
William; Rutledge, Mark; Akins, Clyde; Brock, Jack 
Wilson, Todd; Ruddell, Joe: Wilkie, Cragi; Brown, Glenn 
Lentry, Rick; McDaniel, Bill; Young, Wayne; Owsley, Bob 
Turley, Roy; Hostettler, Bill; Metzger, Larry; Straus, Bill 
Eckler, Jim; Fannin, Bob; Spencer, Lonnie; Thomas, Ben 
Thompson, Mark; Mitchell, Brad; Damron, Adam 
Denham, Ed; Griffin, David; Hughes, Brenda; Hiten, Mark 
Clark, James; Clarke, Kathy; Hawkins, Anthony; Harrod 
Ron; Philpot, Tim; Chapman, Tom; Young, Ben; Travis 
William; Snively, Chip; Adkins, Butch; Goble, John 
Dotson, Ed; Martin, Donna; Foster, Don; Asher, Jay: 
Gardner, Richard; Durbin, Gary; Doak, Lee; Smith, John 
Owens, Pete; Ringo. Frederick; Jackson, Sherron 
Higgins, Jason: Spark, Tyronne; Frederick, Jamie 
Kennon, Otis; Padgett, Timothy; Payne, Trina; Jones, 
Charles: Cunningham, Kevin 

REGION XII 

Gordon, Dwight; Center, Mike; Devary. Bill; Wilson, Bruce; 
Rousey, James; Adams, Jim; Drake. John; Harkleroad, 
Tom; Turner. Keenan; Taylor, Dale; Keeney, Jack; Maxey, 
Richard; Hargis. Noel: Sargent, Danny; Haste, Fred; 
Sanders, John; Hale, Harold; Vaught. Marvin; Knight, 
William; Wallace, John; Russell, Lynn; Cash, Clayton; 
Bullock, Larry; Brown, Ronnie; Roy, Dale; Compton, Jerry; 
Wallace, David; Combs, John; Adams, Denver; Farley, Jim; 
Larkin, Allen; McKinney, Dexter: Short. John; Chaney, 
Dean; Cummins, Wayne; McFall, Rod; Morrison, Donnie; 
McFall. Ronnie; Miller, Mike: Rogers, Kenneth; Talbert, 
Gene; Floyd, Joe; Murphy. David; Baker, Darrell; Carr, 
David; Fudge, Mark; Ault, Delbert; Johnson, Jim. 

REGION XIII 

Kirk, Charles; Cupp, Jackie; Maxey, Mike; Pietrowski 
Paul; Hammons, George; Ensslin, Charles: Bruner, Jack 
Seivy, Curt; Osborne, Ron. Mosely, David; Dozier, Dennis 
Anders, Raleigh; Ball, Phillip: Howard, Jim: Lawson 
Sonny; Brown. Wendell; Owens, Ronnie; Morgan, Keith 
Houchins, Tom; Johnson, Mike; Idol, Billy; Parkey, Ed, 
Cook, Chandler; Smith, Benny: Morgan. Richard; Ashurst 
Mike; Smith, Gary: Evans. Danny; Douglas. Bill 
Hammons. Bill; Allen, James: Huddleston, E,R.; Foutch 
Enoch; Carnes, Dwight: Adkms, Jerry; Fields, Rufus 
Hubbard, Oscar; Adams, Ray: Saragas, V.T.: Brock, Steve 
Messer, Leighman; Asher. Joe; Davids, Carl; Simpson 
Carl; McGeorge, Lawrence; Taylor, Jerry; McCowan 
Connie. 



REGION XIV 

Allen, Yvon; Francis, Frank; Feltner, Danny; Hall, Tommy; 
Combs, Henry; Campbell, Dexter; Mullins, Harold; Dixon, 
Bill; Smallwood, Talmadge; Bailey, Harrison; Mcintosh, 
Carl; Vanover, J.W.; Gabbard, John; Hall, Don; Williams, 
Frank; Brewer, Lloyd; Poppas, Stephen; Thornsberry, 
Larry; Slone, Carson; Brown, Stanley; Whitaker, Ricky; 
Fields, Roger; Smiley, James; Rollins, George; Tolliver, 
Jerry; Cantrell, William; Vest, Ben; Terry, James: Thomas, 
Bobby; Seals, Harlan; Couch, Elbert; Adams, Richard; 
Thacker, Larry; Perry, Mike; Phillips, Coeburn. 

REGION XV 

Casey, Ancie; Collier, Burnard; Combs, Sherman; Hall, 
Bill; Tucker, Pi"'!l!;p; Copley, Sid: Bogar, Darrell; Diamond, 
Rufus; Smith, Jerry; Vanhorn, Mike; Kessinger, Mike; 
Mickey, Steve; Spears, Ronnie: May, Paul: Bishop, Henry; 
Varney. Greg; Spears, Terry; Hall, Keith; Stacy, David; 
Spears, Bobby; Kelly, Dolph; Combs, Clinton; Bell, Greg; 
Hamilton, Paul; Thompson, Robbie; Looney, James; Scott, 
Greg: Powell, Billy; Scott, Paul; Runyon, Donald. 

REGION XVI 

Moore, Marvin; Cunditt, Curt; McKenzie, Dwight; Kouns 
Bob; Dixon, Ron; Ramey, Gary: Hall, Dick; Hale, David 
Hall, Ted; Collins, Hubert; Belcher, Scott; Vance, Scott: 
Jackson, Bob; Simpson, Jim; Hobbs, Charles; Johnson 
Lynn; Branham, George; Hardin, Phil; Hyland, Dick 
Russell, Allen; Thomas, Leonard; Asher, Ralph; Artrip 
Larry; Greene, Bert; Clevenger, Mike; Plummer, Bill 
Woody, Darren; Craft, Bob; Cook, Edwin; Evans, Ron 
Newman, Bill; Loperfido, Rick; Spaulding, Alton; Wells 
John, Johnson, Ken; Maynard, Walter. 




"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 
DIRECTIONS" 

KHSADA CALIFORNIA BOUND 



The National Conference of High School Directors of 
Athletics will be held in Anaheim, California on December 
14-18, 1985, The headquarters will be at the Marriott Hotel 
in Anaheim. This will be the 16th Annual Conference 
which will feature John Wooden, Former UCLA Basketball 
Coach and optional tours to Disneyland and Universal 
Studios, 

We encourage you to support your State Association 
and the National Conference, Also, make plans to visit the 
Kentucky Hospitality Room, 

For further information on the Conference or travel 
arrangements contact: 

Jim Watkins 
Southern High School 
8620 Preston Highway 
Louisville. KY 40219 
502/454-8439 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1985 



PAGE NINE 




1985 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



These interpretations of thie National Federation Rules do not set aside nor 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Meeting Folder 

Question 15 — Answer is "backward" pass 
Case Book 

Play 10 3 1, 7tti line— Ctiange "10-yard line" to "30-yard line " 

SITUATION #18: Afs forward pass is intercepted in B's end zone by B1 B1 

attempts to run the ball out. but he is hit and fumbles The ball bounces to the 

3-yard line (a) The ball bounces back into the end zone, or (b) A2 muffs the 

ball and it then bounces into the end zone: or (c) B2 muffs the ball and it then 

rolls into the end zone. In all three cases the ball is recovered by B1 and 

becomes dead in the end zone 

RULING: In (a| it is a touchback since the ball was fumbled in the end zone and 

no new force was applied In (b) and (c) if the official judges that a new force 

was applied by the muff, it is a touchback in (b) and a safety in (c) If no new 

force IS applied, it is also a touchback in both (b) and (c) 

COMMENT: In play 6. Interpretations Part I. a similar situation as in (a) was 

identified The ruling indicated it was a touchback as "team possession" had 

not been established in the field of play More accurately, it is a touchback as 

no new force was applied and the fumble occurred in the end zone and not in 

the field of play (2-8. 8-5-2b. 3c) 

SITUATION #19: Quarterback At comes to the line and stops one step behind 

the center A1 checks the defensive alignment and begins to call out signals 

A1 then steps forward and places his hands under center A2 starts in motional 

the same time At moves under center The ball is snapped after A1 has been 

set for one second and with A2 moving parallel with the line. 

RULING: Illegal shift Since A1 s move to a new position was a shift. A2 would 

have to be stationary, along with the other Team A players, for at least one 

second before starting in motion (7-2-5) 

SITUATION #20: Kl punts the ball very high and only a short distance beyond 

the line. R1 signals for a fair catch A strong wind blows the ball behind Ks line 

where R1 catches it 

RULING: It is not a fair catch since the catch was made behind the line The 

ball becomes dead when the catch is made because R1 gave a valid fair catch 

signal (4-2-2g; 6-5-1) 

SITUATION #21 : Team A is in its field-goal formation with 4 seconds to play in 

the 4th period and trailing 20-18. The snap is caught and placed by holder Kl 

K2 kicks the ball, but its blocked by R1 The ball is rolling losse near R's 30-yard 

line when the R coach, thinking the game is over, runs onto the field and picks 

up the ball The covering official then declares the ball dead How is the 

situation adminislered'' 

RULING: If the referee judges that the action of the coach did not influence the 

play, it is a nonplayer loul which cannot be penalized as the game is over 

Nonplayer fouls are enforced from the succeeding spot and do not extend a 

period. If the coach's action is judged to have influenced the play, it would be 

penalized as an unfair act and the period extended with an untimed down The 

refereewouldenforceany penalty he considers equitable (9-9-1 Pen : 10-4-1) 

SITUATION #22: An incoming substitute is detected not wearing hip pads 

Howdoes the referee handle this situation'' 

RULING: The substitute is not allowed to participate The substitute is ordered 

to go to his team box and not return until he is legally equipped. There is no 

four or penalty If he were to become a player, a 15-yard penalty would be 

assessed against the coach (1-5-4. 2-31-5. 9. 9-8-1i) 

SITUATION #3: At throws a forward pass downtield toward A2. The pas is 

thrown in an area between 2 officials A2 dives for the ball and neither off icial is 

able to clearly see if the ball was caught or trapped 

RULING: Incomplete pass An official must see the catch in order for it to be 

ruled a completed pass 

SITUATION #24: At and B1 both jump high in the air to catch a forward pass 

Both players grab the ball while they are still in the air A1 lands inbounds and 

Bl touches out-of-bounds A1 and B1 are in joint possession 

RULING: This is an incomplete pass. On a simultaneous catch, both players 

must be inbounds. If it had been a completed pass, the ball would belong to A 

(2-3-1. 6. 7-5-3) 

SITUATION #25: The Team A coach asks the umpire lo examine the 

removable cleats on his teams' shoes The cleats are all mounted on raised 

platforms extending out from the sole of the shoe. The platforms are ]ust a little 

wider than the base of the cleats The umpire finds that (a) each platform is 

less than 5,-'32 inch in height, or (b) each platform is more than 5/32 inch high 



RULING: The shoes in (a) are legal, but those in (b) are not The shoes in (b) 
cannot be worn If legal shoes cannot be secured, the game could not be 
played (1-5-3h2, 4,5) 

SITUATION #26: At the snap, Kl is on one knee in position to hold and K2 is in 

position to kick a field goal Kl muffs the snap and the ball rolls out of reach Kl 

rises and recovers the loose ball K1 then (a) drops to one knee and holds for 

the kick; or (b) bends over and places the ball for a kick without touching the 

ground with anything but his feet 

RULING: Since Kl has had his knees off the ground when he recovers in (a), 

the ball is dead immediately when he returns a knee to the ground while in 

possession In (b), the ball remains alive as nothing has happened to cause it to 

be dead, (4-2-2a Exp and Note) 

SITUATION #27: Kl is in placekick holder position at the snap and K2 is in 

kicking position The snap is high and K2 catches it, K2: (a) takes several steps 

and then drops to his knees; or (b) immediately drops to his knees to hold for a 

kick. 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately in both (a) and (b) when K2 goes to his 

knees while in possession of the ball The dead ball exception is allowed only 

for the placekick holder (4-2-2a Exp 2) 

SITUATION #28: Placekick holder Kl rises to catch a high snap He muffs the 

snap, but drops to his knees and then catches it Is the ball alive and what 

options does Kl have'' 

RULING: The ball is alive since Kl did catch the snap He may hold for a kick or 

again rise to run. pass, etc (4-2-2a Note) 

SITUATION #29: R 1 is in position to catch K 1 's kickoff on his own 1 5-yard line. 

K2 IS downtield to cover the kick and interferes with Rl's opportunity to make 

the catch The kick hits the ground and bounces out-of-bounds untouched 

RULING: This is a multiple foul on K It is fair catch interference on K2 and also 

a foul for free kicking out-of-bounds R has several options R may decline 

both penalties and take the ball at the inbounds spot R may also choose to 

have either penalty enforced If R accepts the penalty for the out-of-bounds 

kick, the free kick down will be repeated following the administralion of the 5- 

yard penalty It R accepts the penalty for fair catch interference, the IS-yard 

penalty may be enforced from the previous spot followed by a rekick or the 

penalty may be enforced from the spot of the foul In this case, it would be R's 

ball. (6-1-9, 6-5-5 Pen , 10-2-3) 

SITUATION #30: At is the eleventh player on the field but thinking he is the 

twelfth, he runs off the wrong side of the field and |usl stands there during the 

entire play. 

RULING: No penalty since he is not a substitute or replaced player and he 

didn't come back in and participate. (3-7-3) 

SITUATION #31: Kl punts the ball toward R's end zone. R1 touched the kick 

on his 5-yard line before the ball is recovered by K2 in R's end zone The 

officials erroneously award a touchdown to K and they kick the extra point. 

The coach of R questions the touchdown interpretation before the kickoff 

RULING: It is too late to correct the officials error The touchdown must stand 

because the error was not questioned before the try for point (3-5-8) 

SITUATION #32: Team A has seven players with tape on their hands The 

coach of Team A gives the umpire a letter from their team doctor indicating 

that all seven players can be taped because of existing injuries 

RULING: The doctor's letter is not acceptable The umpire must sanction that 

the tape is nonabrasive and necessary to protect an existing injury The umpire 

must examine before the players are taped so he can determine if there is an 

injury. (1-5-3e) 

SITUATION #33: Substitute K12 comes onto the field following a touchdown 

K12 IS wearing only one shoe (a) The officials immediately recognize that K12 

has only one shoe, or (b) K12 becomes a player and kicks the extra point 

RULING: In (a) the officials direcl Kl 2 to go to his team box and not return until 

he is legally equipped In (b). the point is counted. The unsportsmanlike 

conduct foul against the coach is enforced from the succeeding spot on the 

kickoff (1-5-1h, 5, 9-8-I1: 10-4-1) 

SITUATION #34: Team A is trailing 14 to 12 late in the 4th period and has no 

time-outs remaining At informs the referee his coach wants a time-out to 

discuss misapplication of a rule. The coach informs the referee he wants to 

discuss a foul that occurred early in the period 

RULING: The coach is charged with an unsportsmanlike foul as he was not 

questioning possible misapplication of a rule that occurred during the 

previous down The referee will start the clock with the ready-tor-play signal 

after administration of the penalty (3-5-8, 3-6-3, 9-8-lc) 



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RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



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Page 67— 9-3-IB RULING (a) illegal, (b) tega 
SITUATION #1: A suspended game has been r 
resume when it is discovered that the RB on Team 
her original position in the lineup 

RULING: The player may be replaced through regular substitution proceud 
(1-5-3) 

SITUATION #2: Team As 
more than 6 feet away an 
RULING: Point or side-oi 
COMMENT: Ad)acent col 
play, are nonplayable surfaces (2-2-ld) 

SITUATION #3: Team As second volley hits an obstruction directly ovei 
net and deflects back to Team A's side. Team A then plays the ball back 
Team B's court 
RULIGN: Legal. (2-3-1} 

SITUATION #4: A player from Team B plays a ball off the side of a S" 
tha! extends only 6 inches from the wall over the gym floor. 
RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The obstruction is over a playable surface, (2-3-1) 
SITUATION US: The referee arrives at the match and discove 
measured at the ends exceeds the net height of 7'4-1/8" by l mcl 
RULING: Illegal The host school should adjust the net to meet the 
specifications before the match begins, (3-1-1) 

SITUATION #6: The home team fails to provide an official scoresheet There is 
no --oom for the visiting scorer at the official's table The visiting scorer insists 
that she/he be the official scorer 

RULING: No penalties The referee has the authority to designate the official 
scorer, traditionally the home team scorer However, the official may replace 
an incompetent scorer 

COMMENT: The host school should make 
space at the officials table for 2 scorers The \ 
serves as the assistant scorer. (3-3-1, 5-3-1) 
SITUATION #7: A player enters the game 
forearm: b) a hard cast on the ankle, c) a hard 
least 1/2" foam rubber; d) a soft nonabrasive 
on the ankle padded with at least 1/2" foam 



oreboard 



t height 



/ery effort to provide enough 
iiting team scorer traditionally 

'earing: a) a soft cast on the 
ast on the ankle padded with at 
ast on the lower leg; e) a brace 
jbber. 



RULING: 

SITUATION #8: A playe 



egal. 



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legal (4-1-1. 4-1-2) 
■rs the game with her hand taped for a thumb, 
taped separately then attached to the index ; 



,nd 



I strips of tape, b) two, three or four finger: 

I, no advantage gained, (4-1-1) 

Team A is wearing (a) long green 
are wearing green shorts. 



= detects c 



rlappmg on the r 



middle fingers t 

together 

RULING: a) and b) legal, n 

SITUATION #9: One playei 

green culottes Her teamm; 

RULING: Legal (4-2-1) 

SITUATION #10: The refer* 

IS not called by the umpire 

RULING: Referee can make the call, (5-3-3a) 

SITUATION #11: Prior to game, the umpire checks thi 

finds a discrepancy a) the players are not in the same 

lineup, b) the numbers of the players are not the same a; 

lineup 

RULING: Inaccurate lineup submitted 

COMMENT: Ask coach which lineup she/he wants Con 

are then made If any written changes are made, penal 

side-out If no written changes are made, the.re is nt 

changes cause an unnecessary delay This procedure 

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SITUATION »12: Number 14 on Team A, an i 
Team A"s coach realizes the error, calls time- 
the court, number 15. the correct server, pre 
and scores another point for Team A The s 
informs the umpire that number 14 was out 
RULING; Side-oul awarded All 3 points sh 
COMMENT: Although the coach called a t 
server, this does not interrupt the term of s 
SITUATION « 13: Player positioning at the t 



legal server, has scored 2 poinis, 
out and when the teams return to 
)ares to serve Number 15 serves 
;orekeeper sounds the horn and 
of serving order 
111 be canceled 

me-out to replace the incorrect 
■rvice (5-5-3a (4): 6-3-PEN »3) 
me of service is such that the LF 
.ideline than the CF and the other 



has 1 foot touching theflo 

foot closer to the right sideline than CF 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT; The only line considered in side to side overlap is the one 

corresponding to the outside player. In this case, it is the leftsideline {6-3-2b| 

SITUATION #14: The CF is positioned at the moment of service so that her 

hand is touching the floor closer to the right sideline than the RF. 

RULING: Illegal (6-3-2b) 

SITUATION #15: The CF on serving Team A stands upright with her arms 

clearly over her head The served ball passes a) directly over her head b) over 

the empty space beside her 

RULING: a) Screening, sideout. b) Legal, play continues (6-4-1a) 

SITUATION #16: The RF on the serving team is jumping and waving her arms 

after the referee signals for the serve, and the umpire notes that the receiving 

team is overlapping 

RULING: Double foul 

COMMENT; This type of screening is called immediately, therefore the two 

fouls occurred simultaneously (6-4-1a(2), 9-9-2) 

SITUATION #17: The RF, CF, LF on the serving team are grouped close to the 

net in order to switch positions after the serve a) ail players are standing 

upright; b) all are standing uprighta and the RF and LF have their arms clearly 

above their heads The served ball passes directly over the CF 

RULING; a) Screening, side-out, b) Legal, play continues (6-4-1b) 

SITUATION #18; The RF on the serving team is standing upright with her arms 

clearly above her head after the referee signals for the serve The umpire notes 

the receiving team is overlapping The flight of the serve passes directly over 

the RF on the serving team 

RULING: The overlapping occurred before the screen, therefore the call is 

against the receiving team, point is awarded. (6-4-a(1): 6-3-2b) 

SITUATION #19; The server hits the ball before the referee signals for service: 

a) there was a whistle blow for substitution or time-out; b) the crowd noise has 

made it difficult to hear the whistle during the game; c) the server was 

confused or excited 

RULING; In a), b). and c) a replay will be called (8-2-6) 

SITUATION #20: After the ball is dead, the referee notices that a back row 

player on Team B. the receiving team, participates in a block 

RULING: Point tor Team A (9-3-3a) 

SITUATION #21: A front row player from Team A approaches the net in an 

attempt to spike a wide set a) she completes the play, but grabs the referee's 

stand to keep trom falling, b) brushes the support cable of the standard; c) 

crashes into the referee's stand 

RULING: a) and c) are illegal, point or side-out: b) is legal (9-6-3: 9-8-1b) 

SITUATION #22: There are simultaneous whistles when the referee signals for 

the serve and the umpire signals for a substitute 

RULING; Replay (9-10-1) 

SITUATION #23: The coach signals for substitution a) 2 players immediately 

report to the sideline and the coach sits down, b) one player immediately 

reports, but the coach ("las difficulty deciding on a second substitute, c) the 

coach walks to the end of the bench are to choose a substitute 

RULING: a) Legal: b) and c) Unnecessary delay. (9-11-1) 

SITUATION #24: The coach of Team A requests a substitution giving no 

indication of how many substitutes; a) one player reports to the sideline: b) two 

players report to the sideline 

RULING: a) and b) Legal 

COMMENT; The coach no longer indicates the number of substitutions 

desired (10-1-1) 

SITUATION #25: During a time-out a player on Team A., the receiving team, 

reports to the umpire that she will substitute for playernumber12The umpire 

allows the substitution After Team B has served 1 poml. it is discovered that 

the previous substitute reported her number incorrectly to the umpire 

RULING; The correct number is recorded in the scorebook and play 

continues. (10-5-1) 



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RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



15-13. During the second 
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CORRECTIONS 

First installment of Rule Interpretations 

#17 ruling stiould read, "both {a) and (b) are legal." 

SITUATION #26: Team A has won the first gam 

game, with Team B leading 6-3. a power failure 

storm. Play cannot be resumed. 

RULING: The match may be continued by mutual consent of 2 schools 

involved from the point of suspension at a later time unless the State 

Association determines otherwise If resumed, the same lineup shall be used 

and the game will continue from the point of inlerruplion The official should 

verify accuracy of scorebook from the point of suspension (1-5-3) 

SITUATION #27: The referee arrives at the school and finds the standards 

(including crank) and referee's stand are not padded with a minimum of 1" 

soft, flexible material 

RULING: The home school should pad the equipment- The match shall be 

played 

COMMENT: Such padding will be required beginning with the 1986-87 season 

and It IS strongly recommended that the rule be complied with immediately. (3- 

1-3) 

SITUATION #28: A player is wearing a prescribed knee brace having metal 

hinges and hard plastic supports. 

RULING: Legal, provided it is padded with 1/2" foam rubber. (4-1-2) 

SITUATION #29: A player enters the game wearing solid one color shorts and 

shirt while the rest of the team is wearing a uniform of the same color but with 

contrasting strip down the side. 

RULING: Legal, the uniforms are of like color (4-2-1) 

SITUATION #30: A coach from Team A comes to the referee 25 minutes before 

the match begins. There has been disagreement concerning warm-up 

procedure, (the amount of time, where, whether music may be used, etc ) The 

coach wants the referee to make rulings on these matters 

RULING: Warm-up procedure is not part of the rules and therefore is left to 

state association and school administration The referee has no authority 

regarding warm-up procedures unless unsportsmanlike conduct has 

occurred 

SITUATION #31: Dunng play, the umpire, who is crouched under the net. 

interferes with an outside attacker's attempt to spike the ball The referee 

directs a replay. 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: There are 2 correct positions for the umpire's coverage of the net 

The umpire may need to take the position standing on either side of the net (5- 

4-2. Volleyball Case Bok and Officials Ivtanual) 

SITUATION #32: Team A begins a match with 6 players on the roster During 

the second game a player is injured. 

RULING: Legal, play continues (6-1-2) 

SITUATION #33: Team A substitutes lor the team captain The coach fails to 

designate a captain on the court 

RULING: No penalty However, no request for serving order, time-out. etc . 

may come from the players on the court 

COMMENT: It the umpire realizes the captain is being substituted, she/he may 

ask the coach lor the new captain's number (6-2-2) 

SITUATION #34: Player posilioning at the lime ol service is such that the CF 

has 1 foot touching the floor closer to the center line than the CB. and has the 

other foot touching the floor closer to the back line than the CB 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: The only line considered lor from to back overlap is the center 

line. (6-3-2b) 



SITUATION #35: The RF on the sereing team runs to the center of the net after 

the serve is contacted with her arms clearly above her head. The served ball 

passes directly over her head 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: (Movement after the contact for serve is not limited by the 

screening rule. (6-3-2b) 

SITUATION #36: Team As server contacts the ball for a sen/e while her foot 

touches the mark indicating the service area 

RULING: Sideout (6-3-PEN #2, 8-2-5) 

SITUATION #37: Three players on the serving team are positioned close to 

each other and all are standing upright Each player has one arm raised 

overhead and close to the other players' arms 

RULING: Screening, side-out awarded (6-4-1) 

SITUATION #38: A player on the serving team is making distracting 

movements after the signal to serve. The player stops making these 

movements lust before the serve 

RULING: Screening, sdieout awarded (6-4-1a(2)) 

SITUATION #39: Immediately following the first game, the coach verbally 

notifies the scorekeeper that the lineup is Ihe same Then 1 minute before the 

game, the coach tells the scorekeeper that the lineup will be different. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure, point or sideout IS awarded to the opponent. (7- 

2-2a) 

SITUATION #40: At the end ol the 3 minutes between games, the coach is 

trying to finish taping one of his starters The referee directs the teams to go to 

the floor for play to begin Then the coach requests one of his time-outs 

RULING: The coach is granted a time-out (7-3-11; 11-2-2) 

SITUATION #41 : Alter the referee's signal, the server runs up to the line, jumps 

into the air, contacts the ball while over the court and lands 10 feet inside the 

court 

RULING: Legal. (8-2-5) 

SITUATION #42: The coach for Team A is squatting in front of the bench 

during play 

RULING: Illegal: point or side-out awarded Team B. (9-1-1; 12-2-3) 

SITUATION #43: A back row player on Team A. in front ol the spiking line, in 

trying to set the ball contacts the ball when it is higher than the top of the net 

and accidently sends it across the net to Team B 

RULING: Illegal (9-3-3b) 

SITUATION #44: A player, in an attempt to make a legal play on the ball: 

a )steps completely across the center line, b) places a hand on the floor across 

the center line: c) dives to the floor keeping all of her body on her side of the 

center line except her hair touches the floor across the center line 

RULING: a) and b) are illegal, point or side-out: c) is legal (9-7-3) 

SITUATION #45: A player is injured during a play in which her teammate sends 

the ball out-ot-bounds 

RULING: Side-out or point is awarded 

COMMENT: Replay lor injury during play is called only when the referee 

determines the play was affected or play must be stopped for the injury before 

the ball is dead (9-1-1) 

SITUATION #46: Player number 4 from Team A has been in and out ol the 

game 3 times The score is Team A-13. Team B -14 and Team Bis serving The 

coach of Team A requests a time-out for substitution and number 4 reports to 

the umpire to enter the game 

RULING: Illegal Point awarded Team B The game is over 15-13 (10-4-1) 



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1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION SWIMMING & DIVING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



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SITUATION #1: Starting platlorm 
viewed from the starling end are Ci 
are also visible and numbered in 
RULING: Incorrect numbers shoi 
SITUATION #2: A sv»immer plac 
platlorm 

RULING; Illegal, must be removed (1-7-1) 

SITUATION U3: The event is called and the referee turns the sv»immers over to 
the starter »»ithout realizing that the svirimmers assigned to lanes 2 and 4 are in 
the wrong lanes, (a) The race is started, there is a false start, and before the 
restart, the mistake is discovered (b) The race is complete, but the mistake is 
noticed before the start of the next event (c) The mistake is not discovered 



s. numbered from right to left as the pool i 

orrect. however, permanently tiled number 

an incorrect manner 

jid be covered (1-4-3) 

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s not specifically prohibited The referee 



Swimmers assigned to lanes 2 and 4 are disqualified from 
the event and the remainder of the meet except for events in subsequent 
rounds for which they have previously qualified, (c) Swimmer is not 
disqualified (2-3-5. 4-2-21. 10-2-1 (I)) 

SITUATION #4: An entry card is submitted which is incomplete The swimmer 
completes the race but the incomplete entry card is discovered prior to the 
Stan of the next race 

RULING: The swimmer is disqualified from that race. (2-3-5. 10-1-1) 
SITUATION #5: In a backstroke race, at the starting command, the swimmer 
pulls up completely out of the water The starter starts the race and neither the 
starter nor the referee sound the recall signal The swimmers complete the 
race and there is a protest 

RULING: The protest must be resolved prior to the start of the next event (2-3- 
5, 4-2-2(1 

SITUATION ((6: After the announcement of the results of the 200 I M . the 
referee calls lor 50-yard freestyle entries Team A's coach, located on the 
opposite side of the pool, is hurrying to deliver his entry card immediately The 
referee refuses to allow Team A's entranls in the 50-yard freestyle to compete 



; the pool. 



ay requ 
swimmer or diver to remove obiectionable or unsafe jewelry (Comments r 
3-3) 

SITUATION #8: The lap counter in lane 4 is maintaining the correct coun 
IS not showing it to the swimmer 
RULING: Legal, but the count m 
SITUATION #9: The visiting tea 
releree rules that the visiting tea 
RULING: Correct procedure 

SITUATION #10: Swimmers in lane 1 . 3 and 5 get off to an unfair advantage 
during the 50-yard freestyle race. The recall device is activated but not in time 
to stop the race The referee has the race reswum 
RULING: Correct procedure (4-2-2) 

SITUATION #11: When a coach returns home after a meet and reviews the 
scoresheet. he discovers that it is incorrect and his team actually won the 

RULING: The score cannot be changed The scoresheet becomes official 

when signed by the referee or 1 hour after the meet (4-2-3) 

SITUATION #12: A breaststroker pushes off the wall after a turn and appears 

to execute a dolphin kick The turn judge at the end of the pool signals a 

disqualification, the assigned stroke inspector insists that there is no violation 

RULING: The turn judges disqualification stands (4-5-2a. 4-4-2b) 

SITUATION #13: In a meet requiring dual confirmtion conducted in a 6-lane 

pool, the coaches request that the starter and referee serve as the only relay 

take-off judges. The officials turn down the request. 

RULING: Correct procedure. Dual confirmation requires 8 officals lor a 6-lane 

pool (4-6-2) 

SITUATION #14: A team has a meet with junior varsity and varsity competition 

going on at the same time. The junior varsity teams swim shorter races than the 

varsity. 

RULING: Legal. State asso 

and invitational meets (5- 



st be i 



(3-4-1) 
t IS over 1 hour late 
I forfeits the meet 



> may allow modifications for junior varsity 



SITUATION #15: Diving is conducted as the first event with the 200 medley 

relay starting as the pool isready after the completion of the diving event. After 

the 50 freestyle, there is a 15-minute break before the 100 butterfly. 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: There could also be a warm-up break after the diving event. (5-1- 

2) 



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in tha 



shall be positioned 



SITUATION #16: Qualifying for finals, swir 

but swimmer A is judged to have finished ahead of 5 

Swimmer A is positioned ahead of swimmer B in the 

RULING: Incorrect procedure The swimmers 

successively in finals by draw (5-4-1. 5-4-3) 

SITUATION #17: In the final heat of the 5D-yard freestyle, theautomtaic timing 

system malfunctions for lane 5. The back-up system of timing shall be used for 

lane 5 only The back-up time shall be integrated into the finish order 

RULING: Correct procedure. 



COMMENT: Because the 

integration of times, it is 

races (6-3-3) 

SITUATION #18: Under 

on the order of finish foi 

RULING: The order of fi 

numerical value ol the pi 

the official time (6-4-5) 

SITUATION #19: A starter, in giving the starting 



lative order of finish cannot be changed during 
iperative that officials pick the finish order to 



I ballot computatir 
r 6 lanes involved in a 
all lanes shall be deterr 
n by each judge and th' 



finish judges disagree 
ned by adding the 



distinct pau 



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RULING: Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: There should be a noticeable p, 

and, in fact, the starter should not allow the 

position until the command "take your marl 

SITUATION #20: During the turn in a backstr 

hips breaking the vertical plane before th 

disqualified 

RULING: Incorrect procedure, the shoulder; 

2-1e) 

SITUATION #21: As 

the race swimming 

RULING: Illegal, the 

SITUATION #22: ^ 

confused at the end of 



and "take your 



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jse after the word "swimmers." 
A'immers to get to their starting 
" (8-1-1, Points of Emphasis) 
ke race the official observes the 
hand touch The swimmer is 

are now the reference point (8- 

nedley begins the last quarter of 



he sidest 
final quai 



stbes 



th the crawl stroke (8-2-5) 
?cond swimmer in the freestyle relay becomes 
portion of the relay, executes a turn and pushes off 
Ting As he surfaces, he realizes his mistake, stops 

and promptly leaves the pool 

RULING: No disqualification if there was no interference with other swimmers 

or the electronic equipment (8-3-4) 

SITUATION #23: The visiting < 

because the home team's pool 

board 

RULING: Legal (9-1-11, 1-1-1) 

SITUATION #24: When the diver hands his div 

tor review, it is discovered that he is doing diVi 

twist, tuck position, degree of difficulty = 1 9 

RULING: Legal (1-meler diving table) 

SITUATION #25: Following the diving competil 

distributed to all teams 

RULING: Improper procedure 

COMMENT: The diving scoresheet is not final 

the overall met scoresheet 

SITUATION #28: A stroke II 

observes an infraction 

RULING: If the referee agrees with the inspector' 

disqualified (10-2-lb) 

SITUATION #27: After a fair start which is confirmed by referee and starter in 

the 50-yard freestyle, one swimmer stops after 2 strokes and returns 10 the 

starting end of the pool He states that he heard a recall whistle 

RULING: Swimmer is disqualified in that event for an illegal finish. (10-2-11) 

SITUATION #28: A backstroker following his third turn comes up in an 

opponent's lane, takes 1 stroke and then returns to his assigned lane 

RULING: Swimmer is disqualified for swimming in the wrong lane (10-2-1k) 

SITUATION #29: A diver attempts a dive 2 times but balks on both attempts. 

The referee disqualifies the diver. 

RULING: Correct procedure (10-2-3) 



1 refuses to compele in the diving event 
y 8 feet deep at the end of the one-meter 



esheetsa 



and IS subject to change until 
5 signed by the meel referee. (9-6-1) 
spector fails to raise his hand overhead when he 

aluation, the swimmer is 




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Single Elimination Tournament 
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Notre Dame 


Notre Dame 




15-9 Notre Dame 




Holy Cross 


15-11 Mercy 
15-3 Mercy 

Mercy 






Mercy 


Sacred Heart 




15-8 Sacred Heart 
15-12 Mercy 




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The follov^'lng are the results of the State Volleyball 
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Mercy def. Woodford Co. 
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Molly Messmer Newport Central Catholic 

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NOVEMBER, 1985 VOL XLVIII, NO. 4 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

October 28-November 7, 1985 








Covington Catholic 


1 






2 




Lexington Catholic 




2 


Atherton 






1 




2 






Fort Knox 




1 


Atherton 






3 


Atherton 




Atherton 












1 








Trinity 




3 






2 


Boone County 








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Boone County 









Daviess County 
















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7 






Tates Creek 








Montgomery County 


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4 


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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



1985-86 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 





Rob Shoaf, Trinity 
Class AAA, Individual Champion 







CLASS AAA BOYS 








FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NO. 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


1251 


Rob Shoaf 


Trinity 


15:36.85 


2 


1323 


Eric Grossman 


Atherton 


16:01 


3 


1361 


Austin Dean 


Madisonville 


16:21 


4 


1286 


Tommy Smith 


Boyd County 


16:23 


5 


1276 


David Keyes 


Waggener 


16:25 


6 


1252 


Mike Esterle 


Trinity 


16:33 


7 


1191 


Jeff Giiooly 


Holy Cross 


16:34 


8 


1202 


Rod Mitchell 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


16:37 


9 


1230 


Timmy Wilburn 


Pulaski County 


16:38 


10 


1253 


John Michels 


Trinity 


16:39 


11 


1255 


Binky Kelley 


Trinity 


16:40 


12 


1201 


Dennis Jessie 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


16:41 


13 


1301 


Jim Baldridge 


Campbell County 


16:48 


14 


1336 


Carl Dillard 


Christian County 


16:55 


15 


1342 


Paul Warrenfeltz 


Daviess County 


16:56 



CLASS AAA 
BOYS TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Trinity 42 

2 St, Xavier 114 

3 Daviess County 130 

4 Holy Cross 134 

5 Pulaski County 168 

6 Madisonville 174 

7 Apollo 179 

8 Oldham County 220 

9 Pleasure Ridge Park 247 

10 Campbell County 250 

11 Atherton 292 

1 2 Lafayetee 293 

13 Holmes 294 

1 4 Waggener 298 

15 Madison Central .' 349 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS CLASS AAA CHAMPION 

J 




Team Members Front Row (L to R): Greg Herbig, John Deye, Rob Shoaf, 
Dale Price. Back Row: Coach Rich Rostell, Mike Esterle, Brian Allen, John 
Michels, Binky Kelley, John Kahl & Father Joe Hemmerls. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



1985-86 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Donna Combs, Ballard 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



CLASS AAA GIRLS 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 

PL NO. NAME TEAM 

1 541 Donna Combs Ballard 

2 791 Sonya Kirby Daviess County 

3 471 Wendy Frazier Henry Clay 

4 531 Nancy Crutcher Oldham County 

5 533 Cybil O'Nan Oldham County 

6 512 Tammy Lawson Boyd County 

7 466 Kristi Stevens Pulaski County 

8 532 Shay Wright Oldham County 

9 491 Roni Beavin Southern 

10 501 Cheryl Jones Notre Dame 

11 511 Melanie Trimble Boyd County 

12 502 Jennifer Woltermann Notre Dame 

13 534 Jenny Gilmore Oldham County 

14 792 Jennifer Barnett Daviess County 

15 793 Tina Warrenfelfz Daviess County 



TIME 


10:12.56 




06 




13 




22 




25 




28 




32 




33 




35 




43 




43 




45 




48 




51 




55 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Oldham County 42 

2 Daviess County 74 

3 Notre Dame 98 

4 Pulaski County 125 

5 Boyd County 145 

6 Ballard 159 

7 Marshall Co 182 

8 Laurel County 201 

9 Waggener 240 

10 Sacred Heart Academy 246 

11 Southern 294 

12 Shelby Co 301 

13 Butler 313 



OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members Front Row (L to R): Cybil O'Nan, Sandra Shiaw. Back Row: 
Jenny Gilmore, Stacia Roberts, Shay Wright, Nancy Crutcher, Celia Tyson. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



1985-86 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Denna Boggs, Whitesburg 
Class AA Individual Champion 







CLASS AA GIRLS 








FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NO. 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


341 


Denna Boggs 


Whitesburg 


11:08.76 


2 


428 


Katie Stamps 


Danville 


1115 


3 


422 


Debbie Finke 


Danville 


11:18 


4 


411 


Patricia Dowd 


Fleming Co. 


11:25 


5 


342 


Kim Fields 


Whitesburg 


11:40 


6 


438 


Melissa Partin 


Whitley County 


11:43 


7 


425 


Susan Rankin 


Danville 


11:45 


8 


351 


Lisa Mulky 


East Carter 


11:49 


9 


352 


Randilean Mulky 


Easter Carter 


11:54 


10 


1371 


Holly Townsend 


Webster Co. 


11:55 


11 


375 


Julie Caudle 


Franklin County 


11:58 


12 


430 


Sharon Woods 


Danville 


12:00 


13 


362 


Diane Reed 


Johnson Central 


12:01 


14 


353 


Kan Ruffner 


East Carter 


12:02 


15 


1381 


Pam Knight 


Calloway Co. 


12:03 



PL 

1 
2 
3 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Danville 36 

Whitesburg 88 

East Carter 141 

Whitley County 166 

Webster Co 183 

Franklin County 186 

Dixie 190 

Clay County 198 

Harrison County 229 

Elizabethtovi/n 230 

Calloway Co 240 

Highlands 254 

Barren Co 258 

Scott Co 307 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS CLASS AA CHAMPION 

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Team Members Front Row (L to R): Susan Rankin, Jennie Reigelman, Sara 
Jackson, Katie Stamps. Back Row: Marus Mount, Debbie Finke, Sharon 
Woods, Coach E. G. Plummer. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



1985-86 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 



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Jimmy Herald, Warren East 
Class AA Individual Champion 



NO. 

1046 
1141 
1051 
1031 
1129 
1101 
1097 
1052 
1091 
1180 
1096 
1126 
1104 
1157 
1152 



CLASS AA BOYS 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



NAME 

Jimmy Herald 
Paul Hamilton 
Mark Charlton 
Scott Burnett 
Ron Skufca 
Shaun Pawsat 
Ken Lameier 
Tim Manning 
Mike Otis 
Edward Wilhite 
Jeff Plank 
Don Kelley 
Tom Siebert 
Dale Daugherty 
Mark Thiomas 



TEAM 

Warren East 
Jessamine Co. 
Calloway Co. 
East Carter 
Frankim County 
Highlands 
Dixie 

Calloway County 
Larue Co. 
Danville 
Conner 

Frankin County 
Highlands 
Marion Co. 
Flemmg Co. 



TIME 

16:26.41 
16:35 
16:38 
1640 
16:49 
16:53 
16:54 
16:59 
17:04 
17:07 
17:07 
17:11 
17:12 
17:16 
17:20 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

?L TEAM SCORE 

1 Highlands 66 

2 Calloway County 73 

3 Covington Catholic 116 

4 Franklin County 127 

5 Rowan Co 141 

6 Danville 148 

7 Knox Central 163 

8 East Carter 204 

9 Harrison County 242 

10 Adair County 246 

11 Paducah Tilghman 249 

1 2 Barren County 252 

13 Jessamine Co 273 

14 East Hardin 390 



HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS CLASS AA CHAMPION 

I 




Team Members Front Row (L to R): Mike Bouldin, David Florence, Hal Wane, 
Brian Kruetzman. Back Row: Brant Owens, Couch Moore, Tom Seibert, Mike 
Hunter, Shaun Pawsat, Coach Ken Lehkamp. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



1985-86 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS A BOYS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Jeff Moll, Lexington Catholic 
Class A Individual Champion 



PL 


NO. 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


941 


Jeff Moll 


Lexington Catholic 


16:16.82 


2 


891 


Jofin Kuper 


Bishop Brossart 


16:27 


3 


911 


Randy Decker 


Silver Gove 


16:29 


4 


881 


Jamey Herbst 


Dayton 


16:42 


5 


917 


Bernice Peyton 


Anderson Co 


16:47 


6 


821 


Lynnus Wright 


Trigg Co. 


16:49 


7 


983 


John Struss 


Berea 


16:53 


8 


1001 


John Steel 


Bath County 


16:53 


9 


822 


Eric Ezell 


Trigg Co 


16:54 


10 


916 


Mark KInsey 


Grant Co. 


16:58 


11 


883 


Tom Mack 


Dayton 


17:07 


12 


882 


Don Strange 


Dayton 


17:15 


13 


984 


Jerry Huffman 


KSD 


17:16 


14 


931 


Dell Perkins 


Williamstown 


17:18 


15 


847 


W.J. Hardin 


S.W. Christian 


17:20 



CLASS A BOYS' DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL 

TEAM SCORES BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 

PL TEAM SCORE --» 1,^^^^ i_ 

1 Dayton 82 h' ^ £ f V'^%km^ii\. 

2 Bishop Brossart 100 |5f "S '^^^B'^ 

3 Trigg Co 115 

4 Fort Campbell 159 ^^^ 

5 Carroll County 165 "ZyCT j 

6 Providence 180 iC"^^ ( . ' "^ j^WSBMfk 

7 Williamstovi^n 213 fc-* '' 

8 St. Henry 231 -""^ 

9 Green County 233 

1 Fort Knox 242 il^SHSH^^H. « /^ i. '^ IML '^^^ jtHa 

11 West Hardin 287 M^^W^^^H^ ' iMllliiilillllWiilll'lltiirrr^ IK^-:^ J 

12 Harlan 287 

13 Bath County 303 

14 Lexington Catholic 307 

15 Garrard County 323 

1 6 Oneida Baptist 382 

,, ,. Team Members Front Row (L to R): Tom Mack, Don Strange, Jamey Herbst. 

17 Monticello 452 » ' / 

Back Row: Coach Binkley, Kevin Jones, Robert Andrews, Dave Cayze, Greg 

18 Lee County 464 Williams. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



PAGE NINE 



1985-86 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Denise Shank, St. Henry 
Class A Individual Champion 







CLASS A GIRLS' 








FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NO. 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


161 


Denise Schank 


St. Henry 


11:13.79 


2 


163 


Mary Dwyer 


St, Henry 


11:29 


3 


221 


Katie Sams 


Ky. Country Day 


11:30 


4 


171 


Renee Perkins 


Bishop Brossart 


11:31 


5 


261 


Kelli Phillippi 


Grant Co. 


11:33 


6 


201 


Vickie Thompson 


Green County 


11:46 


7 


141 


Marcia Hall 


Providence 


11:49 


8 


172 


Janet Bertsch 


Bishop Brossart 


11:50 


9 


191 


Kellie Hansel 


Dayton 


11:52 


10 


262 


Missy Smithi 


Owen Co. 


11:54 


11 


143 


Kim Taylor 


Providence 


12:02 


12 


142 


Candy Belt 


Providence 


12:02 


13 


131 


Kathy Bowen 


Fairview 


12:05 


14 


247 


Stacey Belt 


Anderson County 


12:07 


15 


144 


Lasenna Powell 


Providence 


12:11 



CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Providence 49 

2 St. Henry 63 

3 Bishop Brossart ^0i 

4 Lexington Catholic 13^ 

5 Green County 15i 

6 Frankfort 16; 

7 Bath County 20^ 

8 Anderson County 21C 

9 Silver Grove 24£ 

10 Berea 283 

11 Ft. Campbell 284 

12 Trimble County 284 

1 3 Wayne County 290 

14 Ky. Country Day 366 

15 Cordia 371 

16 Oneida Baptist 425 



PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members Front Row (L to R): Leslie May, Stacey Woolfork, Marcia 
Hall. Back Row: Kim Taylor, Ayanna Brown, Candy Belt, Mandy Walker, 
Ladenia 



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K.H.S.A.A. 
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Films of several previous K.H.S.A.A. state championship 

events as well as films related to the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 

sports are available through Ms, Annette Andrews at the 

University of Kentucky Film Library, Lexington, KY, 40506. 

Her phone is (606) 257-2828. A small fee is charged for use 

in order to cover postage. These events were filmed and 

the related films purchased for the benefit and use of all 

Kentucky high school coaches and personnel to promote 

all of the K.H.S.A.A. sports. 

The following is the list currently available: 

BASEBALL 

Baseball All Star Game of '56, '58, '65, and '67 

Baseball Hall of Fame (1959) 

Baseball Today (1974) 

Batter Up (1961) 

Batting Stars of Baseball (1947) 

Catching Stars in Baseball (1956) 

Cincinnati Reds: Baseball Real Winners (1981) 

Democracy of Baseball (1952) 

Double-Play Kings of Baseball (1949) 

Fifty Years of Baseball (1966) 

Infield Play at 1st and 3rd (1950) 

Inside Baseball (1945) 

October Madness (1968 World Series) 

Pitching Stars of Baseball (1948) 

Reds Baseball Building for '83 

Twenty-Five Men (Cincinnati Reds 1979 National League 

Champions) 
Umpire in Baseball (1951) 
World Series of '54, '55, '57, '59, '60, '61 , '62, '63, '64, '65, '66, 

'67, '68, and '69 



Class AAAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84 
Football Safety (1973) 

Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (1982) (1985) 
Goal to Go (1975) 
One Step Ahead: A Guide to Better Football Officiating 

(1980) 
Point of Contact (1976) 
Precision Football (1978) 
Team Physician (1969) 

GOLF 

Courtesy on the Course (1979) 

SWIMMING _^ 

Swimming and Diving Today (1975) 

TRACK 

Track and Field Today (1971) 

VOLLEYBALL 

Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Angela Merici (1983 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State Volleyball 

Final Match) 

WRESTLING 

Wrestling Today (1973) 



BASKETBALL 

Basketball at Its Best (1979) 

Basketball Today (1973) 

Butler vs. Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Hopkinsville vs. Clay County (1985 Boys Basketball 

Finals-VHS V2" Tape) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High (1979 Boys Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs. Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs. North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Mercy Academy vs. Marshall County (1982 Girls State 

Basketball Finals) 
Owensboro vs. Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Pulaski County vs. Marshall County (1981 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
Time-Out for Basketball (1983) 

Whitley County vs. Atherton (1985 Girls Basketball Finals- 
VHS Vj" Tape) 
Winning Ways (Rules of Basketball) (1976) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games '78, '79, '80, 

■81, '82, '83 and '84 
Class AA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, '80, 

'81, '82, '83 and '84 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84 




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PAGE ELEVEN 




1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 20— (6-3-2) — Third line delete 'of position." 
(6-3-3) — First line change "position" to "choice." 
Page 21 — (6-6-1) — Last line change "match" to "period " 
Page 22 — (6-6-2) — First line change "positioning" to "choice" 
and strike "wrestler in the top of bottom position " 
Page 41 — (Clerical Errors) — Last line change "and prior to" to 
"or after " 
Meeting Folder 

Page 3 — (Sixth line) Change 5 to 6. 
SITUATION #1: The following sequence of events tal^es place the 
buzzer sounds to conclude the second period, and at that time, the 
two wrestlers are on their feet with Wrestler A behind Wrestler B 
with his hands locked around Wrestler B's waist. Wrestler A then 
picks Wrestlers up, brings him backover his head and slams him to 
the mat with unnecessary force. What is the correct procedure for 
the referee to follow'' 

RULING: In this situation where the action was clearly initiated 
after time had expired would either be ruled as unnecessary 
roughness or flagrant misconduct If, in the referee's op in ion. it was 
unnecessary roughness. Wrestler B would be awarded one point, 
and if he, were injured to the extent he was unable to continue 
following a maximum of two minutes recovery lime, he would be 
awarded the match bv default If the referee ruled the action as 
flagrant misconduct, then Wrestler A would be disqualified and his 
team would receive a one point deduction. 

COMMENTS: If this same situation were to occur at the end of the 
third period, it would be ruled as either unsportsmanlike conduct or 
flagrant misconduct When the match has been stopped at the end 
of the first or second period or during an out-of-bounds situation, 
and one contestant commits a physical act against another 
contestant, it can only be ruled in two ways: either unnecessary 
roughness or flagrant misconduct If il is ruled as unnecessary 
roughness then you award one match point, and if there is an 
injury, you would allow for two minutes recovery time. If it is ruled 
as flagrant misconduct, you would have a one team point 
deduction and the disqualilication of a contestant. 
SITUATION #2: Wrestler A lifts Wrestler B off the mat and, while he 
IS in the air, the buzzer sounds to conclude any period. Wrestler A 
continues to lift his opponent and returns him to the mat with 
unnecessary force 

RULING: In this situation Wrestler A would be guilty of a slam as 
the action was clearly started prior to the conclusion of the period. 
Anytime you lift your opponent off the mat you are responsible for 
his safe return even though time expired prior to returning your 
opponent to the mat The penalty in this situation would be 
Wrestler B would receive one point for the illegal slam and if he 
were injured to the extent that he was unable to continue following 
a maximum of two minutes recovery time, he would be awarded the 
match by default. 

SITUATION #3: A contestant shows up for weigh-in and has a 
mustache that is confined to the upper lip and his sideburns 
extends approximately one inch below the bottom of the earlobe 
Would this individual be able to compete in wrestling competition 
following the weigh-in? 

RULING: It is permissible for an individual to have a neatly trimmed 
mustache as long as it is confined to the upper lip The rule does 
state, however, that sideburns shall not extend below earlobe level 
The sideburns for this individual would have to be trimmed 
SITUATION #4: During a dual meet weigh-in the heavyweight 
contestants are only checked to make certain they weigh at least 
184 pounds. Is this the correct procedure for weighing-in the 
heavyweight contestants'' 

RULING: Starting with the current wrestling season, the maximum 
weight for any contestant shall be 275 pounds. Therefore, when 
contestants are weighed-in for the heavyweight classification, we 
must check to make certain their weight exceeds 184 pounds and is 
also not greater than 275 pounds 

COMMENTS: It is also necessary to check the minimum and 
maximum weight for any contestant who wishes to wrestle in the 
98-pound weight class. His weight must exceed 83 pounds and 
cannot exceed 98 pounds The same circumstances are true for a 
98-pound contestant who wishes to wrestle in the 105-pound 
weight class. 

SITUATION #5: During the weigh-in period an individual 
shceduled to wrestle in the 138-pound weight class steps on the 
scales and his weight is 142 pounds He is advised that he has the 
remainder of the weigh-in period to make the 138-pound weight 
class He immediately puts on a rubberized suit, followed by heavy 
sweat clothes and begins running. What is the correct procedure 
for the referee to follow? 

RULING: Rule 4-4-6 states that the use of sweat boxes, hot 
showers, whirlpools, rubber, vinyl and plastic type suits used for 
the purpose of weight reduction is prohibited and will disqualify an 
individual from competition. The individual so observed in this 
situation would not be allowed to compete in the competition that 
he was weighing-in for. 



SITUATION #6: A school hosting a regular season tournament 
sends out an information packet and it states in the packet that the 
weigh-in period for the tournament will be from 9 00 a m until 10:00 
am with wrestling starting at 10 30 am Is this the correct 
procedure to lollow for weighing-m contestants for a regular 
season tournament? 

RULING: Rule 4-5-3 states that for regular season tournaments 
contestants shall weigh-m at the tournament site a maximum of 1".' 
hours and a minimum of ' hour before the first session each day. 
The guidelines mentioned in the cover letter concerning the 
tournament do follow the procedure outlined in the rule book. 
SITUATION #7: Wrestler B assumes the defensive starting position 
and Wrestler A decides to use the optional olfensive starting 
position In doing so he positions himself on the left side of his 
opponent, standing on both feet with one hand placed on the 
shoulders and the other hand on the lower back Is this a proper 
optional starting position'' 

RULING: The new starling position requires that the hands placed 
on the back be touching at the thumbs There are also several other 
criteria that the offensive wrestler must lollow in order tor the 
optional starting postion to be legal 

SITUATION #8: Wrestler A is ahead ol his opponent by a score of 
14 too when he is able to turn his opponent into a near fall position 
When the referee begins the five second count would the match be 
terminated because, by starting the count, we are saying that a two 
point near fall has been earned, which would make the score 16 to 


RULING: No. the match would not be terminated at this point in 
time Wrestling shall continue until the referee actually signals the 
points to the team bench In a near fall situation you would not 
signal any points until the situation had concluded This would 
meanthat Wrestler B was either pinned or the near fall situation had 
concluded 

SITUATION #9: Wrestler A is ahead of his opponent by a score of 
14 to 4 and both wrestlers are on their feet. Wrestler A is able to 
initiate a takedown with an upper body move that places Wrestler B 
on his back when he makes contact with the mat The referee 
completes his five second count and shortly thereafter. Wrestler A 
is too high on his opponent and is reversed by Wrestler B. The 
reversal immediately puts Wrestler A on his back and he is pinned. 
Would Wrestler B be declared the winner ol the match'' 
RULING: The match would be won by Wrestler A on a technical fall 
As soon as Wrestler A takes Wrestler B to the mat he is awarded two 
points, which would make the score 16 to 4 and as soon as the five 
second count has been completed and Wrestler B reverses 
Wrestler A. you would award a three point near fall to Wrestler A, 
making the score 19 to 4 At this time Wrestler A is ahead by 15 
points and would be awarded the match on a technical fall. 
SITUATION #10: In a dual meet Team A was awarded 4 points for a 
forfeit instead of five points Is this a clerical error that can be 
corrected'' 

RULING: This is a clerical error involving the recording of team 
scoring and may be corrected whenever detected. This would be 
true for both a dual meet or a tournament. 

SITUATION #11: Wrestler A wins a dual meet by a score of 7 to 6. 
After the following match has been completed, the coach of School 
B realizes that his wrestler received only 2 points for a near fall 
when the referee had actually signalled a 3-point near fall. Is this a 
correctable error'' 

RULING: The above situation would be a correctable error but it 
can only be corrected prior to the start of a subsequent match in 
dual meet competition It is not a clerical error because it involves 
more than just the addition of match score This correction would 
involve changing a match score and this does not fall under the 
clerical error category. 

SITUATION #12: During a tournament where two mats are being 
used the following occurs: on mat number 1 . the assistant coach of 
Team A questions an official concerning the misapplication of a 
rule and the referee rules that no misapplication took place Later 
on in that same tournament session the head coach questions the 
misapplication of a rule and again the referee's ruling is that there 
was no misapplication. Shortly thereafter on mat number 2 the 
assistant coach again questions the misapplication of a rule and he 
is wrong. What is the penalty procedure'' 

RULING: The first time the assistant coach questions the 
misapplication it is a warning The second time when the head 
coach questions a misapplication it is the deduction of one team 
point. The third occurence when the assistant coach questions 
judgment, the penalty is the removal of the head coach from the 
premises for the duration of that tournament session. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1985 



1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 







PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Case Book 

Page 17 — Play 2.10B Note. 4th line ctiange "lump ball" and 6thi 

line ctiange "tap" to "ttnrow-in " 

Page 38 — Play 5.2 3. 1st line change "tap" and "jump" to "ttirow- 

in." 

Page 45 — Play 6 3 3B. 1st line change the 2nd "A1" to "A3 " 

SITUATION #1: During the jump ball to start the game after th ball 
IS tossed (a) B1 violates, or (b) Bl fouls Al. or (c) A1 intentionally 
fouls Bl When is the possession arrow sef^ 

RULING: In (a) and (b) when the ball is handed tothethrower-in of 
Team A. Team A has gained "contror' for purposes of establishing 
the procedure, and the arrow is pointed in the direction of B £ 
basket In (c) the arrow is pointed in the direction of As basket 
when Bl is handed the ball for the first of two free throws (6-3-1) 
SITUATION #2: A squad member of Team B dunks the ball in pre- 
game practice The penalty is administered to start the game After 
Al's successful free throw. Team A is awarded the ball for a throw- 
in at the division line Either (a) after, or (b) before the ball is 
handed to At for the throw-in.A2 IS charged with a technical foulls 
the possession arrow pointed toward A or B's baskef 
RULING: In (a) the arrow is pointed in the direction of B's basket 
since Team A has "control" for purposes of establishing the 
procedure when Al ws handed the ball In (b) "control" has not 
been gained for establishing the alternating procedure until a 
player of Team B is handed the ball for the throw-in The arrow is 
then pointed in the direction of Team As basket Whenthegameor 
an extra period is started with a technical foul(s) or flagrant 
personal foul, the possession arrow is set after the thrower-in is 
handed the ball, (6-3-1) 

SITUATION #3: (a) The home management has placed the players 
benches on opposite ends of the court along the end lines. The 
court has ample space for the benches on either side of the scorers 
and timers table located outside the division line; or (b) the 
benches are located on either side of the table but are on the 4th 
row of the bleachers, or (c) the benches for the home team utilize 
some seats in each of the first three rows 

RULING: It is recommended that the benches be at the side ot the 
court on which the table is located Any time the benches are 
placed as in (a), (b) or (c) the state association should be notified 
The benches should be located on the seats which are at floor level 
rather than in those above floor level The seats should all be in one 
row unless it is not possible Also, the benches for both teams 
should be located in similar relationship to the table and 
approximately the same distance from it The benches must remain 
as placed by home management unless the officials feel that there 
is concern for player safely (1-13) 

SITUATION #4: Al has fouled out of the game and returns to the 
bench (a) Some squad members of Team A rise to congratulate 
Al. or (b) some squad members of Team B rise and shake hands 
with Al as Al leaves the court. In both cases the individuals are 
immediately seated 

RULING: There has been no violation of the intent of the bench 
conduct rule. Displays of sportsmanship and fair play are to be 
encouraged and are clearly identifiable as such If rising from the 
bench is for purposes of displaying poor sportsmanship, it should 
be penalized accordingly (10-4. 10-5) 

SITUATION #5: The coach of Team A leaves the bench area and 
goes to the table to seek information other than a correctableerror 
(a) during a time-out. or (b) during the intermission between the 
first and second quarters 

RULING: A technical foul carrying a 2-shot penalty is charged in 
both (a) and (b) If this informtaion is required, it must be secured 
by a managerorstatistician.etc. when the clock is stopped and the 
ball id dead A coach is not permitted at the table for this purpose. 
To allow exceptions would open the door for exploitation and 
would result in situations which could not be enforced 
consistently (10-5) 

SITUATION #6: A1 commits his or her fifth personal foul and the 
coach and At are properly notified regarding the disqualification. 
The coach rises from the bench to shake hands with Al and then 
surveys the bench for a replacement Is the coach allowed to talk to 
the other players who have congregated on the court near the 
bench area? 

RULING: Yes, The coach may talk to these players, however, the 
coach must be seated as soon as the sdbstitute reports and is 
beckoned onto the court The coach is allowed 30 seconds to make 
a replacement and is allowd to stand within the confines of the 
bench until the substitution is completed (10-5-5) 
SITUATION #7: While closely guarded by Bl in A's frontcourt. Al 
dribbles close to and beyond A2 Al uses A2 as a screen to legally 
obstruct Bl - B2. who has been guarding A2. immediately switches 
to guard Al The officials count was at 2 seconds while Bl was 
guarding Al and another 3 seconds are counted after B2 switches 
Should a 5-second violation be called'? 



RULING: Yes In a situation such as described, there has been no 
actual break in the closely guarded provision. The count should 
continue in a situation where a defensive switch is made, while the 
player with the ball is continually guarded and thecontinuityofthe 
count IS not broken (9-11-2) 

SITUATION #8: During a charged time-out, both teams go to the 
sideline to confer with their coaches Is it permissible for the 
players to sit on the bench during this break in the action'' 
RULING: Yes It is common practice for players to sit on theirteam 
bench during a charged time-out period In some cases, when 
there is a delay in game action, the officials may allow players to go 
to the sideline area, but they must remain on the court, (10-3-5) 
SITUATION #9: Al |umps for a try for goal and is fouled in the act of 
shooting by Bl At loses control of the ball, and it pops from his or 
her hand(s) While still in the air. A 1 regains control of the ball and 
scores. Does the basket counf Is Al entitled to 1 or 2 free throws 
RULING: The basket does not count The continuous motion 
provision allows the ball to remain alive following the foul by Bl 
However, the try ended and the ball became dead when the ball was 
touched by Al Al is awarded 2 free throws for being fouled in the 
act of shooting during an unsuccessful try (4-1-2: 6-7 Exp, c) 
SITUATION #10: Al receives a pass in As forecourt, Al is closely 
guarded and immediately dribbles into the midcourt. The closely- 
guarded count is at 4 when Al ends the dribble and holds the ball 
for 4 more seconds before passing it to A2, 
PULING: Legal When A 1. while closely guarded, started a dribble 
in A's forecourt the midcourt lines had no significance and Al is 
entitled to a holding count anywhere in the frontcourt, (9-11) 
SITUATION #11: Al receives a pass in As forecourt and begins a 
dribble there while not closely guarded Al. while not closely 
guarded, dribbles into the midcourt 81 now begins to closely 
guard Al, Al. while closely guarded in the midcourt. (a) dribbles 
for 4 seconds and then holds for 1 or more seconds, or (b) dribbles 
for 3 seconds, then corsses into the forecourt where he or she while 
still closely guarded dribbles for 4 seconds and then holds for 4 
seconds 

RULING: In (a) it is a violation as soon as the official's count 
reaches 5. whether A1 is dribbing and/or holding. In (b) all of the 
action is legal since Al receives a new dribbling count when he or 
she advances into the forecourt and is also entitled to a holding 
count (9-11) 

COMMENT: For purposes of the closely-guarded rule the dribble 
started when Al first became closely guarded. Since this occurred 
in the midcourt, the combination count is in effect and a new 
dribble count is given the first time A1 advances from midcourt to 
forecourt, 

SITUATION #12: The Team A coach is ott the bench and moves 
within the team's bench area while talking with substitutes The 
game is in progress and the clock is (a) running, or (b) not running, 
RULING: A technical foul in both (a) and (b). Whether the clock is 
running or whether the ball is alive or dead is immaterial. The coach 
may not be off the bench in this situation whether the clock is 
running or stopped (10-5) 

SITUATION #13: Al is fouled in the act of shooting and is entitled 
to two free throws Al's first attempt is successful. Erroneously the 
ball IS taken out-of-bounds by Team B for a throw-in, B1 is 
dribbling toward B's basket and is fouled by A1, It is Al's 5th foul 
The error of failure to award At the 2nd free throw is then 
discovered What is the proper procedure'' 

RULING: The error will be corrected and then play continues from 
the point of interruption Since Al has been disqualified, the 
substitute who replaces him or her must shoot the free throw which 
Al did not attempt. (2-10-1; 4-11) 

SITUATION #14: Bl. while in the air, secures a rebound from a 
missed field-goal attempt, Bl isoff balance and falls to the floor but 
still has control of the ball, 

RULING: A traveling violation results, Bl is considered to have 
fallen to the floor while holding the ball (4-29 Ques, 1) 
SITUATION #15: Team A trails 60-59 with just a few seconds 
remaining in the 4th quarter of play, Al is fouled in the act of 
shooting by Bl but time expires before the ball is in flight, Al is 
awarded 2 free throws The coach ot Team B is charged with a 
technical foul before Al's attempts, Al makes (a) neither throw; or 
(b) one throw, or (c) both throws. When does Team A shoot the free 
throws resulting from the tenchical foul? 

RULING: In (a), (b) and (c) the 2 free throws for the technical foul 
are attempted as part of the 4th quarter. In (a) the 2 free throws for 
the technical foul will determine if an extra period is necessary. In 

(b) the one successful free throw ties the game and if either free 
throw for the technical is successful, no extra period is required. In 

(c) the two free throws insure there will be no extra period. The 
penalty for the technical foul is administered immediately after A1- 
attempts and the results will reflect the final score, A quarter or 
extra period does not end until all free throws and related activity 
has been completed- (4-1-1; 6-7-7) 



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DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1985 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board 
appointed state representatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These ties 
were broken recently, with the delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states 
in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented". The names of the district representatives are as follows: 





DISTRICT 


DELEGATE 


ALTERNATIVE 




1 


Virgil Yates 


Burley Mathis 




2 


Larry Hopper 


Mike Clark 


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Bob Rogers 


Sam Workman 


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4 


Bill Wells 


Jerry Ainley 


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5 


Jim Miller 


Dale Kirk . ' 


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6 


Willis Simpson 


Richard Vincent 


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7 


Gary Morgan 


Doug Harris 


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8 


Dan Sundberg 


Roy Woolum 


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9 


Waymond Morris 


H. Joseph O'Bryan 




10 


Jim Price 


Neil Mills 




11 


Rob Cox 


Chris Cameron 




12 


Jake Russell 


Bob Frizzell 




13 


Wayne Mullen 


Wallace C. Mason 




14 


W.A. Franklin 


Don Webb 




15 


James C. Coomer 


Jerome Ramsey 




16 


Ronnie Skipworth 


Prentice Stanford 




17 


William Kelley 


Vernon Wilson 




18 








19 


Jude Talbott 


John C. Snider 




20 


Charles Richardson 


Charles E. Crawley 




21 








22 


Elmer Collins 


Russell Kline 




23 


John Turner 


Thomas McCarthy 




24 


Jim Watkins 


Rex Robinson 




25 


Jay Levine 


Bob Jacobs 




26 


Harry Jansing 


Peter Flaig 




27 








28 


Jim Swart 


Jack Jacobs 




29 


James F. Huggins 


Gary Dennison 




30 


Sam Chandler 


M. Kent Stevens 




31 


Bob Hoggard 


Jim Bishop 




32 


Tom Sims 


Dr. Tom Taylor 




33 


Carlton Anderson 


Don Afterkirk 




34 


Roger Walz 


Bob Schneider 




35 


Jim Weyer 


George Frakes 




36 


Tim Barrows 


Chester Turner 




37 


Homer Coins 


Wilson Sears 




38 


Larry Kelsch 


Herb Reinhardt 




39 


Sam Hall 


Jim Staton 




40 


Harry Dinsmore 


Claude Sallee, Jr. 




41 


Dr. Fred Simpson 


Ken Tippett 




42 


Joe Grouse 


Tommy Starns 




43 


Phyllis Catlett 


Ken Cox 




44 


Shirley Kearns 


Steve Riddle 




45 


Don Turner 


Jim Trachsel 




46 


Johnny Ray Laswell 


Marshall Norton 




47 


Eldon Davidson 


Bobby Nelson 




48 


demons Bundy 


Raymond Reed 




49 


Bobby Keith 


Preston Parrett 




50 


James M. Davis 


Vencil R. Phipps 




51 


Patnck S. Clore 


Tommy Stapleton 




52 


John Hensley 


Murris Wilder 




53 


Gene Horn 


James Slone 




54 


Pat Wooton 


J.R. Noe 




55 


Johnny Gabbard 


William A. Toler 




56 


Lonnie Morris 


Charles Childers 




57 


Paul R. Setser 


Alvin Ratliff 




58 


Frankie Francis 






59 


Phillip M. Johnson 


Bob Wright 




• 60 


Paul Dotson 


John O'Brien 




61 


Marvin Moore 


Charlie Coleman 




62 


Harlan Fleming 






63 


Lafe Walter 


Bob Morrison 




64 


Eugene Clark 


Jay Hutchinson 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVIII NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1985 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn East. 
Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, NovemberSO, 1985. The 
meeting was called to order by President Pat Crawford at 
9:00 a.m. with all Board members, Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Asst. 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout, and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett present. Mr. 
Lloyd Redman was present representing the State 
Department of Education. The invocation was given by Mr. 
Redman. 

Tom Buchanan moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, 
that the minutes of the meeting held on October 12, 1985, 
be approved as submitted. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Frank Welch made a motion that all bills of the 
Association for the period of October 1, 1985, through 
November 30, 1985, be approved. Tom Buchanan 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

President Crawford called on Billy Wise for the Football 
Committee Report. Mr. Wise advised the Board of the 
following results of the recent football survey. Ninety 
schools had voted in favor of the proposal which had been 
mailed to the schools, and forty-four were opposed to the 
proposal. Mr. Wise presented an optional proposal for the 
Board's discussion, and stated that consideration had 
been given to those schools who had presented various 
objections to their placement. Following a lengthy 
discussion, Chester Turner made a motion that another 
proposal be drafted and mailed to all football schools. The 
principal would have an opportunity to indicate a choice of 
Proposal I or Proposal II and would also have an 
opportunity to appear at a hearing at the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Office on December 12, 1985, 
to present his/her concerns regarding the football 
realignment for 1987-90. Frank Welch seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

A discussion ensued with regard to the new basketball 
rule which states that all coaches must remain seated 
during the basketball game. Commissioner Mills stated 
that this was a new National Federation rule and informed 
the Board members that the K.H.S.A.A. isamemberof that 
Association and has agreed to abide by their rules. As 
stated in By-Law 19, Rules Governing Contests, in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution & By-Laws, "All contests involving 
member schools shall be governed by National Federation 
of State High School Associations rules if an official set of 
rules is issued for that sport". He also quoted Article VIII, 
Section 4, Waiving of Rules which states, "School officials 
of member schools may not by mutal agreement waive or 
modify any of the rules of the Association for any contest". 
Mr. Wise stated that he had attended the National 
Federation Basketball Committee Meeting in Kansas City 
where this new rule wasdiscussed in length. Mr. Buchanan 
stated that officials should use common sense when 
carrying out this new rule, and all other rules of the 
Association. 



President Crawford issued a big thanks to the Friends of 
High School Athletics for the hospitality during the 
Football Playoffs. 

Following a discussion of the eligibility status of 7th and 
8th grade girls to participate in a fall basketball program at 
a high school, Ray Story made a motion, seconded by 
David Webb, that the Board waive the Limitation of Season 
regulation for the 1985-86 school year as it applies to those 
Students at the elementary level (grades 1-8) who 
participated in a fall basketball session. This waiver is for 
the 1985-86 season only. A letter of clarification of the 
Limitation of Season regulation will be sent to each 
member school prior to the 1986-87 school year. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Tony dinger suggested the possibility of presenting 
academic awards to schools recognizing the highest 
grade point average among their athletes. Commissioner 
Mills agreed this would be a favorable item for committee 
study. 

The next regular meeting of the Board will be at the 
Executive Inn on January 18 during the Louisville 
Invitational Tournament. Appeals hearings will be at 9:00 
a.m. on Saturday morning, January 18. The regular 
meeting will immediately follow any appeals hearings. 

Mr. Wise reported that $254,914.50 in ticket sales had 
been received through this date for the Boys State 
Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the 
Girls State Basketball Tournament had netted $6,116.00, 
both figures being ahead of last year's receipts at this same 
time. 

Commissioner Mills reminded the Board members that 
proposals to be presented to the Delegate Assembly in 
April should be submitted by the January meeting. 

There being no further business, Ray Story moved for 
adjournment. Chester Turner seconded the motion, which 
passed unanimously. 



Appeals Hearings 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn East in 
Louisville, Kentucky on Friday morning, November 29, 
1985, for the purpose of hearing appeals. The meeting was 
called to order by President Pat Crawford at 9:00 a.m. 
Present were all Board Members, Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Asst. 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout, Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett and Lloyd Redman, 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Mr. Redman. 

President Crawford requested that Mr. James C. Meek 
make this presentation to the Board on behalf of his 
daughter. Shannon. Shannon Meek had transferred from 
Glasgow High School to Danville High School and had 
been declared ineligible to participate in interscholastic 
athletics under the provisions of By-Law 6. Mr. Meek had 
asked that the Board waive By-Law 6 and allow Shannon to 
participate. Following his presentation and questions to 
him by Board members. Grant Talbott made a motion that 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, not be waived in this case. Tom 
Buchanan seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



(Continued in the January 'Attilete') 



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1985 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



1-1-1 at Fulton County 6 



1-1-2 Crittenden County 7 



IV-1-1 at Cumberland 



IV- 1-2 Pinevilie 



IV-2-2 Paintsville 



at Crittenden County 28 



11-2-1 at Henry County 14 



11-2-2 Carroll County 43 



III-1 at Beechwood 



III-2 Bath County 



at Cumberland 



IV-2-1 at Elktiorn City 12 



at Crittenden Co. 


35 


Crittenden Co. 






7 


14 


Carroll County 


Fairgrounds Stadiu 









at Beectiwood 



Crittenden Co. 



November 29 
1:00 P.M. 



11-1-1 at Glasgow 



11-1-2 Monroe County 



11-2-1 at Fort Knox 



11-2-2 Bardstown 



III-1 at Newport Cent. Cath. 36 



III-2 Lewis County 



AA 



1-1 at Mayfleld 


38 


at Maylield 


24 


Mayfieid 






6 




1-2 at Todd County Central 


Fort Knox 


14 









18 


at Glasgow 


Fairgrounds Stadiun 
November 29 






16 


Fort Knox 











at Newport Central Caltiolic 20 



IV-l-l at Russell Co. 


14 


IV-1-2 Corbin 


18 


IV-2-1 at Hazard 


7 


IV-2-2 at Prestonsburg 


47 



Newport Central Catholic 8 



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PAGE THREE 



1985 KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS 
Finals-Fairgrounds Stadium, Louisville, Ky. 



AAA 



1-1 al Paducah Tllghman 50 



11-1-2 East Hardin 



1-2 Bowling Green 



11-1-1 at Meade County 14 



III-1-1 al Lloyd Memorial 15 



III-1-2 Newport 


25 


III-2-1 at Cawood 


13 


ltl-2-2 at Danville 


21 



at Meade County 52 



11-2 Franklin County 24 



at Paducah Tllghman 


40 


Paducah Tilghman 






8 


29 


Meade County 


Fairgrounds Stadiu 









at Newport 


18 











at Newport 


8 


Danville 




22 


IV-1 at Clay County 


6 






7 


Bellry 


IV-2 Belfry 







AAAA 



1-1 al Chrisllan County 











i 1-2 Owensboro 


29 


at Owensboro 


14 








7 






11-1 at Warren Central 


21 




Owensboro 12 








Lafayette 7 




11-2 Slielby County 


42 


Shelby County 












III-1 at Lafayette 


20 












IM-2 Laurel County 







34 








7 


Lafayette 13 




IV-1 at Boone County 


35 












IV-2 Ashland Blazer 


6 


Boone County 














Western 


13 




Jefferson County 


Fairgrounds Stadium 
November 30 — 


Trinity 


Champion 


SI. Xavler 


34 


St. Xaiver 


14 






17 






Fairdale 


7 




Trinity 26 








Trinity 28 




Trinity 


14 


Trinity 












Male 


27 












Valley 


21 


Male 


7 











Male 24 




Ballard 


26 












Southern 


16 


Ballard 
























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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



CRITTENDEN COUNTY 
CLASS A CHAMPION 



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Front Row (L to R): Michelle Payne-Manager, Ellsa Mills-Manager, Buddy McDanlel, Womple Stewart, Denis Hodge, Mike 
Crabtree, Donnie Phillips, Niclty Brown, Sara Frazer-Manager, Wendi Campbell-Manager. Second Row: Terry Crabtree, 
Johnny Young, Chad Mott, David Cozart, Steve Champion, Brad Dossett, Eddie Dickerson, Zac Greenwell, Stacy Belt. 
Third Row: Pat Gates-Head Coach, Greg Hollamon-Assistant Coach, Randy Tabor, Duke Owen, Kelly Mcintosh, Scott 
Brown, Rusty Miniard, Brian Hollamon, Andy Mason, Aaron Summers, Keith Gilbert, Jack Easley-Assistant Coach, Jimmy 
Croft-Assistant Coach. Fourth Row: Stephon Cozart, Bobby Belt, Jeff Porter, Jeff Campbell, Darron Holliman, David 
Short, Josh Andrews, Todd Berry, Jeff Zimmermine. (Not pictured: Kent Barnes-Assistant Coach). 



PAINTSVILLE TIGERS 
CLASS A RUNNER-UP 




Front Row (L to R): Tracy Osborne, Todd Meade, Jeff Baldwin, Todd Burchell, Jarrod Gray, Bront Davis, Chet Crace, Jay 
Blair, Jerry Pelphrey, Ray Wells. Second Row: Andy Patrick, Mark Alger, Larry Hughes, Ricky Roe, J.D. Rice, Brad 
Maggard, Lance Daniel, David Porter, Mike Ward, Todd Stricklin. Third Row: Jason Wise, James Williams, Harry Burchett, 
Wayne Davis, Jeff Griffith, Marion Hall, Kirby Moss, Mike Collette, Chris Amburgy, Mike Franklin. Fourth Row: Robbie 
Wiley, John Carroll, Lonnie Dunn, Wesley Duke, Joey Rapier, Justin Schul, Randy VanHoose, Kevin Franklin, Jon 
McGuIre, Phillip Cllne. Fifth Row: James Music, James Paul Primm, Bret Hugg, Joey Couch, Tim Herald, Aaron Webb, 
Frank Osborne, John Bussey, Greg Grimm. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



PAGE FIVE 



MAYFIELD CARDINALS 
CLASS AA CHAMPION 








Front Row (L to R): Jon Shell, Jim Puckett, John Olsofka, Scott Harp, Hunt Boyd, Trey Nail, Ricky Rush, Shannon Boyd, 
Bubba Smith, Chris Nail, David Wilson, Steve Osborne. Second Row: Kerry Sherrill, Brad Owen, Todd Waggoner, Kent 
Mathis, Bart Whitnell, Brian Prince, Jeff Dick, Brad Rodgers, John Watts, Doug Hunter, Joe Lee Johnson. Third Row: Steve 
Carman, Michael Webb, Chris Carter, Tony Brown, David Brickeen, David Smith, Tim Holt, Larry Jackson, Shane Gregory, 
Jeff Sanderson, Chris Humphries, Brad Seay, Fourth Row: Kevin Mathis, Tim Schlosser, Brett Bell, Kevin Stinson, Russ 
Wheeler, Taylor Colby, Rodney Gray, Eric Swafford, Todd Winn, Troy Moore, Carter Reed, Brian Brov/n, Monty Glisson. 



NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC THOROUGHBREDS 
CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 




Kneeling Front Row (L to R): S. Halpin, B. Adams, C. Cain, B. Haigis, T. Bricking, M. Donelan, D. Due, S. Heeg. Second 
Row: C. Hennigan, K. Vennefron, A. Zimmerman, F. Pangallo, P. Richardson, C. Allen, M. Twehues, M. Smith, J. Keating, T. 
Meyer, M. Berkemeyer. Third Row: D. Pelgen, T. Schenck, S. Weber, M. Royalty, T. Sandfoss, J. Brady, J. Zimmerman, B. 
Hogan, T. Webster, J. Kallmeyer. Fourth Row: K. Bertsch, L. Schweinefuss, R. Lehmkuhl, E. Schulkers, C. Spangler, E. 
Gearding, J. Kline, B. Murphy, A. Hogan, J. Doepker, M. Haigis, M. Six. Fifth Row: T. Meyer, J. Schumacher, G. Gabbard, A. 
Yeager, T. Bischoff, F. Jacobs, M. Faeth, J. Hardy, D. Neltner, K. Hogan, B. Twehues, M. Watson. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN TORNADO 
CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




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Team Members are: Tony Whiteside, Neale Chumbler, Kevin Peck, Tony Covington, Jotin Renaud, Lamont Settle, Terrence 

Williams, Ray Jones, Corey Dabney, Darius Jones, Brad Johnson, Archie Maxie, Clayton Peck, Greg Arnold, Chris 
Witherspoon, Darrell Bonds, Marlow Todd, David Clark, Neal Clark, James Johnson, Damon Morris, James Burr, Eugene 
Sanders, Ed Watson, Daniel Kirkwood, Tim Bacon, Parris McKinney, David Jones, Tony Gaines, LeCurtis Jones, Willie 
Shumpert, Rod Ford, Gerald Hampton, Stephen Patterson, Michael Jones, Jeff Corn, Michael Carter, Kent Waltman, Eddie 
Thurman, Ricke Baugus, Tommie Patterson, Rodney Anderson, Matthew Albritton, Troy Caneer, Scottie York, Johnnie 
McNicols, Sal Peterson, Joey Cox, Hector Willars, James Wilson, Darrell Broyles, David Burnett, Stuart Overlin, R.J. Jones, 
Jamie Hill, Lance Malesh, Ron Garrett, Tyler Cryst, David Powell, Matt Bond, Junior Palmer, Stacey Overlin, Chad Sirk, Robert 
Tyler, David Gourley, Tony Hamilton, Darrell White, Billy Pace, Joe Phill, Ronald Vinson, Billy Swanson, Shane Smith, Robert 
Ellis, Kurt Barber, Gene Chastain, Tre's McGinty, Ronnie Woods, David Johnson, Darrell Johnson, Mike Austin, Darrell 
McKenzie. 

BELFRY PIRATES 
CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 




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Front Row (L to R): Jody Thacker, Dennis Spinks, Marty Williams, Todd Cassell, Jimmy Stepp, Don Harlow, Richey 
Skeens, Nee Jackson, Jimmy Keenan, Billy Carper, Mernie Gillian, Bruce Johnson, Nel Jewell, Mark Cook. Second Row: 
Mark Blackburn, Bryan Ferrell, Paul Manford Slater, Doug Hatfield, Bruce Smith, Steve Adkins, Rusty Walker, Jimmy 
Cochran, Dwayne Francisco, Van Gibbs, Steve Stanley, John Smith, Janah Hatfield, Michael Hilton. Thrid Row: David Lee, 
Jeff Campbell, Craig Frazier, Keith Marcum, Ricky Jones, David Maynard, David Tackett, Anthony Tackett, Jeff Trout, 
Michael Scott, David Blackburn, Eric Phillips. Fourth Row: Cris Ratliff, Danny Spinks, Mike Scott, Chris Jude, Paul David 
Salter, Don Warner, Harold Dotson, John West, Jack Williams, Brian Scott, James Staggs, Scotty Varney. Fifth Row: Brad 
Varney, Danny Smith, Joe Francis, Chris Gannon, Russell West, Scott Stokes, Keith May, Brian Phillips, Randy Webb. 
Sixth Row: Greg Morris, J.B. Maynard, Mark Lowe, Leslie Coleman, Rodney Stanley, Robert Stepp, Mark Young, Todd 
Hinkle, Jonah Hatfield, David Blackburn. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



PAGE SEVEN 



LOUISVILLE TRINITY SHAMROCKS 



CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 






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Front Row (L to R): G. Ackermann, R. Morris, M. DIehl, J. Beckham, D. Elder, T. Bibb, S. Schuster, M. Buckley, D. Gamer. 
Second Row: M. Osting, K. Tarquino, B. Weihe, M. McKlnley, M. Osting, L. Wiard, K. Logsdon, E. Repinski, E. Stratton, J. 
Lamb. Third Row: B. Schmitt, J. Thompkins, B. Barnett, B. Carson, M. Conway, J. Friehert, B. Johnson, D. Hesse, L. 
Clements, C. Connors, P. Montgomery. Fourth Row: P. Watson, R. Ross, T. Coke, M. Passanisi, L. Kidwell, M. Gibson, L. 
Wiliinger, P. Fogarty, F. Brown, M. Wigginton, T. Poole, M. Elder. Fifth Row: L. Rhodes, P. Fenwick, Keith Ridenour, T. 
Flechler, C. FIthian, S. Scanian, K. Blake, J. Bohn, R. Pollet, L. Judd, G. Georgehead, J. Cooper, J. McMahon. Sixth Row: A. 
Glenn, J. Magre, C. Wright, C. Fisher, C. Mines, M. Campbell, B. Edelen, S. Stover, J. Bischotf, K. Bramer, D. May, B. 
Lindsey, B. Stahlman, D. Vogt. Seventh Row: S. Norris, M. KargI, J. Tinker, L. Erbe, M. Temple, M. Nutt, J. Melcher, S. 
Martin, C. Meyer, T. Brosky, E. Williams, P. Spalding, D. Richards, J. Fredricks, T. Smith. Eighth Row: M. Wertz, R. Bitsky, A. 
Wearren, B. Smith, M. Winter, C. Tierney, S. Rabbeth, T. Welker, A. Rahiya, M. Eckerle, S. Gandolfo, D. Doerr, D. Washle, J. 
Schneider. Ninth Row: S. Lohman, J. Nelson, B. Deem, T. Coogle, B. Tabor, J. Plumeri, L. Pearson, C. Cebe, Q. O'Daniel, S. 
Morris, S. Mines, T. O'Neil, C. Penny, B. Jackson, B. Stober, S. Rapp, M. Baker, Coaches Back Row: N. Osting, D. Anderson, 
J. Ellington, M. Kalbhin, C. Johnson, B. Lynch. Right Side: D. Lampley, C. Servino, J. Bryant. Left Side: C. Weining, J. 
Fowler, K. Ellenbrand. 



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CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 



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Front Row (L to R): Jamie McCarty, Dan Shuiz, Roger Gay, Keith Monroe, Matt Stickler, Bruce Wise, Jim Meece, Matt Gay, 
Chris Porter, Christopher Morne. Second Row: John Ebherhart, Jerome Brown, Ron Jackson, T.G. Shuck, Sha Fister, 
Brent Ballard, Jeff Waters, John Flynn, Towns Rawls, Prenell Mitchell. Third Row: Marcus Mill, Sam Roark, Billy Martin, 
Andy Bischoff, Rick Mall, J.R. Tribble, John Cox, Tawn Synder, David Biroscik, Brian Sonka, Dan Moulihan, Sonny Mills, 
Robby Mitchell. Fourth Row: Amy Brand-Manager, Rob Zieike, Vic Johnson, Trey Rawls, John Rogers, Doug Cooke, Tom 
Packer, John Devney, Mike Muffman, David Scalf, Mark Phillips, Kelly Norris, Mike Tutt, Billy Arnold, Mollis Gardner- 
Manager. Fifth Row: Tommy Carroll, Jason Tuttle, Theo Mersey, Stewart Slayton, Lee Seltsam, David Gibson, Toleman 
Fulz, Jeff Updike, Sammy Bradford, Thomas Miggins, Antwayne George, Wayman Mightower, Russell Fulz, Rob 
Stromberg, Van Johnson. Sixth Row: Larry Brown, Shane Mynear, Shane Monn, Bobby Mardesty, Dan Surbaugh, Jeff 
Neal, Mark Fowler, Tim Mawk, James Goodrich, Scott Lape, John Nave, Steve Wolery, John Rainey, Mike Spech, Mike 
Farmer, Bart Fiser. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



1985-86 K.H.S.A.A MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 











REGION 1 










School 


Address 


Principal 


Boy's Coach 


Girls' Coach 


D. 


1 


Carlisle County 


Bardwell 42023 


Burley Mathis 


Steve Dreher 


Richard Brazzell 






Fulton City 


Fulton 42041 


J. Virgil Yates 




Wayne Lohaus 






Fulton County 


Hickman 42050 


Richard Wilkerson 


David Gallagher 


Steve Coulson 






Hickman County 


Clinton 42031 


Ray Wilson 


Mark Cooper 


Gerald Vaughn 


D. 


2 


Heath 


West Paducah 42086 Tom Lane 


Charles Hopkins 


Bobby Noles 






Lone Oak 


Paducah 42001 


Thomas Stephenson 


Larry Hopper 


Cliff Owen 






Paducah Tilgtiman 


Paducah 42001 


Charles Henry 


Berny Miller 


David Roof 






Reidland 


Paducah 42001 


George Hanrahan 


Joe Mathis 


Tony Burkeen 


D. 


3 


Ballard Memorial 


Barlow 42024 


Bob Rogers 


B B. Kenderick 


Hugh Wear 






Graves County 


Mayfield 42066 


Jerald Ellington 


Curtis Turley 


Wayne Wadlington 






St. Mary 


Paducah 42001 


Rev. Carroll Wheatley 






D. 


4 


Calloway County 


Murray 42071 


Jerry Ainley 


Jack Pack 


John Orr 






Marstiall County 


Benton 42025 


Gene Brooks 


Alan Hatcher 


Howard Beth 






Mayfield 


Mayfield 42066 


Ralph Colby 


Roger Fields 


Lanny Lancaster 






Murray 


Murray 42071 


Bill Wells 


Gary Miller 


Jimmy Harrell 



REGION II 



D. 5 

D. 6 
D. 7 

D. 8 



Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 
Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 
Dawson Springs 
Madisonville-North 
Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
University Heights 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Smithland 42081 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 
Madisonville 42431 

Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Fort Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Hopkinsville 42240 



James K. Miller 
Dale Kirk 
Jim Edwards 
Buddy L. Nichols 
August J. Pisa 
Howard Crittenden 
Willis Simpson 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Gillaspie 
Philip D. Back 
Floyd Brown 

William Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Gary Stewart 
Harold Wood 
Robert Baker 



Harry Byrd 
Hank Bowen 
Don Ringstaff 

George Radford 
Bill Loney 
Norman Maanasco 
Tris Kington 
Tom Cummings 
Philip Back 
Don Parson 

Charles Hayslip 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Tim McDongle 
Daryl Hallmark 
Roy Woolum 



William Fralick 
Jimmy Croft 
Larry Lock 
Carroll Wadlington 
Mike Wright 

Diane Oakley 
Gerald Tabor 
Phil Gibson 
Mark Adams 
Teresa Ashby 

Mark Rutledge 
Darrell Allen 
Lynn Colley 
Ken Kilerbrew 
Bob McCord 



REGION III 



D. 9 



D. 10 



D. 11 



D. 12 



Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 
Bremen 
Central City 
Drakesboro 
Graham 
Greenville 
Hughes-Kirk 
Muhlenberg Central 
Breckinridge County 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St. Romuald 
Trinity (Whitesville) 
Fordsville 
Grayson County 
McLean County 
Ohio County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Calhoun 42327 
Hartford 42347 



Kenneth Baughn 
Waymond Morris 
Bill Van Winkle 
Joe O'Bryan 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
Randy Everly 
Carl Sparks 
Steve Knight 
Allen Miller 
Perry Hill 
Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Ann Evans 
Joe Mancini 
Sr. Stephanie Warren 
Dr. Leonard Ralph 
Ted White 
Donald R. Hayes 
Walter Freeman 



John Whitmer 
Ray Maggard 
Randy Embry 



Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Stee Barriger 
Randy Ursrey 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 
David Buchele 
Don Unrah 

Larry Farmer 

Charles Grain 
Ricky Johnson 
Steve Winkler 



Willis McClure 
Harold Wilson 
Jerry Rhodes 



Steve Sparks 

Linda Donovan 

Sam Sparks 
Denny LaGrange 

Dave Cowden 

Joy Coomes 

Mike Geary 
Andy Groves 
Janet Magan 



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PAGE NINE 



REGION IV 



D. 13 



D. 14 



D. 15 



D. 16 



Butler County 

Logan County 

Russellville 

Todd County Central 

Bowling Green 

Franklin-Simpson 

Potter Christian 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Allen County-Scottsvil 

Barren County 

Ednnonson County 

Glasgow 

Clinton County 

Cumberland County 

Metcalfe County 

Monroe County 



Morgantown 42261 
Russellville 42276 
Russellville 42276 
Elton 42220 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
le Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



David Stephens 
Howard Gorrell 
Wallace Mason 
Harold Ross 
W.A. Franklin 
Frank Cardwell 
Barclay Riley 
David O. Crowe 
Joe Watkins 
Bennie Keen 
James Coomer 
Stan Alexander 
John W. McCarley 
William Rector 
Ronnie Skipworth 
Hurshel Toms 
Prentice Standford 



J. Norm Weaver 
Gerald Sinclair 
Jeff Edwards 
Fred Harper 

Wendell Brown 
Barclay Riley 
Mike Flynn 
Tommy Compton 
Mark Williams 
Tom Crews 
Gary Meredith 
Bobby Cook 
Jim DeForest 
David Wells 
Tim McMurtrey 
Billy Murphy 



Gary Wallace 
Jim Thompson 
Matt Tipton 
Jimmy Chapman 
Clarence Thomas 
Damon Tabor 
Pat Ennis 
Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 
David Young 
Joey Downs 
Pete Clemmons 
Terry Flatt 
David McFarland 
Tom Watson 
Gary Richardson 
Bill McClednon 



REGION V 



D. 17 



D. 16 



D. 19 



D. 20 



East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Caverna 
Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 
Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radlitf 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Don McKinney 
William G. Twyman 
Williams S. Johns 
Vernon Wilson 
Ray Story 
William Kelley 
Dr. LeLand Clack 
Forrest Kelly 
Waymon Denison 
Cortland Cox 
Jude Talbott 
Sr. Margart Willis 
John K. Snider 
William Hardin 
George Critz 
Charles Richardson 
Charles E. Crawley 
Donald Skaggs 



Bo O'Brien 
Gary French 
Lee Bishop 
Larry Miller 
Ron Bevars 
Harry Wright 

Carl Deaton 
Terry Martin 
Don Cunningham 
Tommy Williams 
Bev Hart 

Whitey Simpson 
Keith Young 
Sam Karr 
Tim Davis 
Fred Waddle 



Terry Buckles 
Bob Shearer 
Junie Jones 
Bob Pollock 
PatTully 
Kenny Lane 

David Spachman 
Jerry Taylor 
Joe Newton 
Roland Williams 
Gary Kidwell 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Gregg Bardin 
Marion Hall 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



D. 21 



D. 22 



D. 23 



D. 24 



Central 

Portland Christian 

Presentation 

Shawnee 

Southwest Chritian 

Butler 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Western 

Beth Haven 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Valley 

DeSales 

Evangel Christian 

Holy Rosary 

Iroquois 

Southern 



Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40258 
Louisvile 40216 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40118 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40218 



Geneva M. Hawkins 
Ted Hardin 

Sis. Maureen Coughlin 
George Carson 
Rosemary Hatcher 
Byron H. Bell 
Ted Pearce 
Charles Miller 
John D. Brown 
John O. Russell 
Stan Whitaker 
John Turner 
Thomas McCarthy 
Ray Rieber 
Waymon Jones 
Beverly McAuliffe 
Harry O. Tibbs 
James Burch 



Robert Graves 



Estill Griffis 
Don Jones 
Mike Durham 
Bill Yates 
Dale Mabrey 
Bobby Jones 
Joe Bailey 
Leon Mudd 
Stan Hardin 
Fred Copass 
Mike Campbell 



Charles Moore 
Steve Kinney 



Lou Wheeler 



Leonard Coulter 
Joe Raymond 
Mike Johnson 
Ray Koch 
Larry Pack 
Charles Shipley 
Dave Hicks 
Terri Keown 
Betty Thornsberry 
Bob Durham 



Kim Roberts 
Bill Young 
Von Macklin 
Bill Brown 



REGION VII 



D. 25 



Brown 

DuPont Manual 

Louisville Collegiate 

Male 

Mercy Academy 



Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40208 
Louisville 40204 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40204 



Douglas Proctor 
Joe Liedtke 
Douglas Mackelcan 
R. Ted Boehm 
Mary Boyce 



Maurice Payne 



Dennis Fleming 
Tena Leahy 



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D. 26 



D. 27 



D. 28 



Ninth & O Baptist 

Academy 
St, Francis 
St Xavier 
Assumption 
Atherton 
Christian 

Academy-Louisville 
Seneca 

Trinity (Louisville) 
Fern Creek 
Jeffersontown 
Moore 
Walden 
Ballard 
Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 
Sacred Heart 
Waggener 



Louisville 40208 

Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40217 
Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40207 

Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40243 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 



Dan Steven 

Tom Pike. Ill 
Edward Driscoll 
Karen Russ 
Cletus Hubbs 
John S. Pittenger 

John Whiting 

Peter Flaig 

Dr. Judy Birkhead 

Byron Bell 

George Carson 

John Gernert 

Alexandra Allen 

Harold E Andrews 

Thomas Monaco 

Louise Marie Willenbrink 

Donna R. Ludwig 



Jim Bagby 

Joe Bergamini 
Jerry Wilson 



Glenn Collie 
Joe Thompson 
Paul Callahan 
Don Hoffman 
Joe Burks, Jr 

Don Salyer 
Bill Kercher 
R. Dean Gregg 

Rod Driggers 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Bill Moore 
Jeff Imlay 

John Doggendorf 

John Givens 
Art Olliges 
Phil Ritz 

Wayne Walker 
Ron Gathright 
John Filar 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



REGION VIM 



D. 29 
D. 30 

D. 31 
D. 32 



Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsville 40165 
Mt Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 403420 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41094 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C.T. Collins 
Jim Huggins 
Larry Barnett 
David Baird 

Sam W. Chandler 

M. Kent Stevens 

Mr. William Cord 

Bill Prewitt 

Blake Haselton 

Jim Bishop 

John Brill 

Tom Taylor 

Tom Sims 

S.D. Wagoner/R. Milbi 



Bill Schott 
David Shelburne 
Garry Jervis 
Mike Oder 
Larry Cheatham 
Randy Mefford 
John Roberts 
Tom Creamer 

Bobby Simpson 
Tom Haney 
Bob Hoggard 
Jim Hurst 
Carroll Yager 
Jerry Garris 
Everette Varney 
rnDavid Miller 



Jerry Troulman 
Phil Berry 
Melanie Wise 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 

Doug Risk 
Jim Hinsdale 
Dave Weedman 
J.T. Peniston 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Bert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 33 
D. 34 

D. 35 
D. 36 



Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

Simon Kenton 

St. Henry 

Walton Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross (Covingtor 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Cent. Cath. 

Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Scott 

Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 40117 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Elsmere 41018 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
) Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Fort Thomas 41075 
Covington 41015 
Silver Grove 41085 



William F. Baker 

Paul Hogan 

Jim Jenkins 

Charles Fugitt 

Robert Abell 

Ron Albrinck 

Frank Lyons 

Gene Sell 

Paul Brinker 

Rev. James Ryan 

Gene Dupin 

Bill Goller 

Tom Holloway 

Sis. Mary Virginia Ann 

Joseph Marie Klingenberg 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warfield 
Dean Fookes 
David Otte 
Donnie McFarland 
Ron Dawn 
Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
Dan Tieman 
Gene Morrison 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



William Dosch 
Tom Hood 
George Frakes 
Carl Foster 
Thomas Seither 
Raymond E. lies 
Chester Turner 
Robert Konerman 
Tim Barrow 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
Jack Patterson 
Mark Krebs 
Todd Kofler 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Jim Mitchell 
Phil Lovely 



Nell Hensley 
Tim Shields 
Dave Sorrell 
Carl Schwierjohann 
Gerry Scaringi 
Ray Kues 
Bob Murdock 



Jim Woolridge 
Bill Goller 
Roger Elam 
Joan Mazzaro 

Bary Akers 
Mike Hall 
Sharon Dageford 

Ray Hildebrand 
Margi McKenna 
Don Dobson 
Linda Moore 
James Elam 



REGION X 



D. 37 



D. 38 



Bourbon County .Paris 40361 

Harrison County Cynthiana 41031 

Millersburg Military Inst. Millersburg 40348 



Nicholas County 
Paris High School 
Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton County 



Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 



Wilson Sears 
Jerry Jenkins 
Gary Barr 
David McMillen 
Homer H. Goins 
Walter Reinhart 
Joe Seavers 
Larry Kelsch 
Larry Sutton 



Russ Day 
Dick Webb 
Gary Barr 
Mike Kenney 
Mark Grain 
Don Irvine 
Daniel Cooper 
Gary McKinney 
Gary Turner 



Jim Ishmael 
Virgil Jenkins 

Barbara Kenney 
Judy G. Cox 
Carrier Appleman 
Tony Johnson 

Bob Taylor 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



PAGE ELEVEN 



D. 39 



D. 40 



Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 
Bath County 
Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



Flemingsburg 41041 Joe Dan Gold 



Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Kirby Wright 
Sam Hall 

Sis. Louisa Dwyer 
Jimmy Staton 
Well Snoot, Jr 
Danny Click 
Claude Sallee, Jr. 
David Points 



Robert Slone 
Allen Feldhaus 
Woodrow Crum 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 
Roy Wright 
Bart Rison 
Guy Strong 
Julian Cunningham 



Billy Calvert 
Bob Hutchinson 
Charles Coffey 



Hopey Newkirk 
Joe Abney 
Kelli Catron 
Clatus Walker 



REGION XI 



D. 41 

D. 42 
D. 43 

D. 44 



Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Western Hills 

Woodford County 

Jessamine County 

Lexington Catholic 

Sayre 

Bryan Station 

Henry Clay 

Lafayette 

Tates Creek 

Berea 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Model 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Nicholasville 40356 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40522 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Donald Hines 
Robert Hoagland 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
Ken Tippett 
John Harrod 
Paul Arbogast 
Tom Grunwald 
Jon Akers 
Bill Hurt 
Dwight L. Price 
Ken Cox 
Dr. Betty Watson 
Roy Woodvi/ard 
Frank Nassida 
Bruce Bonar 



Gary Moore 
Joe Rogers 
Gene Kirk 
Joe Crouse 
Danny Haney 
Jim Lankster 
Ed Allin 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 
Stephen Riddle 
Philip Runyon 
Don Richardson 
Shirley Kearns 



Sally Gaines 
Homer Calvert 
Bill Hill 
Glen Teater 
John Ferguson 
Donna Hedges 
Steve Ward 
Robert Tripure 
Brent Arnold 
Roy Walton 
Ray Martin 

Frank Ray 
Carol Christian 



REGION XII 



D. 45 
D. 46 
D. 47 
D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 

Kentucky School f/t 
Lincoln County 
Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 
Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
DeafDanville 40422 
Stanford 40484 
Burgin 40310 
Lancaster 40444 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Russell Springs 42642 
Monticello 42633 
Liberty 42539 
London 40241 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don M. Turner 
Thomas Kearns 
Jack D. Portwood 
Richard Carlton 
Johnnie Ray Laswell 
Delmer Warren 
James Gash 
Bobby Nelson 
Eldon Davidson 
Herb Davis 
George Owen Horton 
James Beeler 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
Curt Wallace 



Tommy Mills 

Clyde Mohan 
Nelson Moore 
Gary Akins 
Brad Stanley 
Barry Welty 
Tony Cox 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Joe Harper 

Charles Broughton 
Dave Fraley 
Kirk Chiles 



Morris Stewart 
Bernard Brant 

Rod Waldroup 
Deborah S. Perry 
Kenneth Hurt 
Frank Kemplin 

Jerry Dan Ross 
Gary Abbott 
Keith Ellis 
Wayne Ryan 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 



D. 50 



D. 51 



D. 52 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist Institute 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cawood 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Harlan 40831 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 



Lee Brown 
Dr. Russell Bowen 
Oliver Hawkins 
Cleston Saylor 
James Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Andy Dunn 
Clayton Taylor 
Sister Armabilis 
Harold Gordon 
Jack Foley 
Lowell Turner 
Daryl Wilder 
Patrick Clore 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Joshua Hensley 
Murris Wilder 
Wallace Napier, Jr. 
Bob R. Morris 



Bobby Keith 

Ray Lakes 

Larry A. Gritton 

David Perkins 

Vencil "Dinky" Phipps 

Bill Swafford 
Clyde Dixon 

Bill Perkins 
Richard Prewitt 
J.D. Strange 
Larry Bruner 
Kenny Woods 
Charles Minks 
Mike Jones 
Ralph Roberts 
David Parks 
Billy Hicks 



Donnie Gray 
Robert Lakes 
Margaret Adkins 
Preston Parrett 



Dapne Goodin 
Sharon Dixindine 

Jim Rains 
Ray Martin 
Wayne Walters 
Ken Condra 
Darwin Walters 
Cathy Short 
Basil Mills 
John Bond 
Earl Rogers 
Debbie Brown 



REGION XIV 



D. 53 



Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 
Letcher 
Whitesburg 



Neon 41840 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 



David D. Jones 
Carson Slone 
Sherrill Slone 



Tommy Day 
Harvey Tackett 
Dan Bates 
Darren Bell 



Larry & Sue Kincer 
Debra Oden 
Sherry Caudill 
John High 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1985 



D. 54 



D. 55 



D. 56 



Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M.C. Napier 

Breathitt County 

Cordia 

Jacl<son 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Ctiristian 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Poweil County 

Wolfe County 



Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41365 



Dennis Wooton 
Doug Campbell 
Hargis Rogers 
Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 
William A. Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
Dwight D. Johnson 
Brady Slone 
Doran Hosteller 
Gary Pack 
Russell Duff 
Jim Potts 
Vernon Johnson 



John Paul Amis 
Glen Napier 
Roy MKamey 
Ronald Stidham 
Denny Fugate 
Glen Napier 

Marcus Wall 

Andrew Ritchie 
Daryl Hogan 

Lonnie Morris 
Robert Creech 



Lucy Minter 
Doug Campbell 

Wendell Wilson 
Oramious Napier. Jr 
J.P Deaton 

Terry Wall 

Elaine Gibson 

Lyn Stidham 



REGION XV 



D. 57 



D. 58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



Johnson Central 

Magoffm County 

Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Paintsville 41240 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



Paul Sester 
Ronald Gullett 
Paul W. Trimble 
John Haney 
Don Daniels 
Russell Frazier 
Gray Frazier 
Robert May 
Lonnie Slone 
Glenn Wallace 
Robert Wright 
Richard Goodman 
Tom Swartz 
Phillip Johnson 
Frank Welch 
James Hawkins 
Dorse Adkins 
Ronald Thompson 
John O'Brien 



Danny Adams 
Bill M Runyon 
John Williams 
John Martin 
William Newsone. Jr. 
Rick Hall 

Danny Johnson 
Gene Tackett 
Bunjack Burnette 
Steve Butcher 
Howard Wallern 
Bobby Osborne 
Tommy Dean Runyon 
Leon Stewart 
Ralph Good 
Jimmy Kerr 
Clifford Hunt 



Jackie Howard 
Dwight Burchett 
Robin Harmon 
Jerry Fultz 
Paul Tackett 
Doug DRossett 

Roger Johnson 
Bobby Spears 
Margaret Ellison 
Delores Meek 
Libby White 

Delores Dotson 
Sammy Mullins 

Phyllis Lawson 
Ronnie Preece 



REGION XVI 



D. 61 



D. 62 



D. 63 



D. 64 



Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 
Fairview 

Greenup County 
Raceland 
Russell 
Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Skandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Louisa 41230 
Ashland 41101 



Steve Bayko 
John Johnston 
Marvin Moore 
Harlan Fleming 
Mike Stratton 
Maurice Reeder Jr 
George Steele 
Robert Morrison 
Alice Johnson 
John Stephens 
Jerry Blanchard 
James Hutchinson 
Lila Garrett 
John Turner 
Glenn Riedel 



James Reed 
George Bellamy 
Ted Trent 
Charles Baker 

Gary Kidwell 



Randy Ward 
Ron Reed 
Marvin Meredith 
Roger Zornes 
Joe Wright 
Jeff Riley 
Craynor Slone 



James Trimble 
Kathy Griffitts 
Claudia Hicks 
Vicki Young 

Don Gaunce 



Robert Bryson 



Mary Robinson 
Paul Rice 



Lynn Miley 
Connie Ryan 



DECEMBER, 1985 VOL XLVIII, NO. 5 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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Editor TOM MILLS 

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Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

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Lexington, Kentucky 



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Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
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The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athleti 
for 1987 through 1990 as follows: 

CLASS A (0 - 424) 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fulton, Fulton 

County, Heath, Murray 
District 2 — 

Caverna. Greenville, Metcalfe County, Russellville, 

South Hopkins, Trigg County 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Campbellsville, Enninence, Frankfort, Garrard County, 

Harrodsburg, Henry County, Kentucky Country Day 
District 2 — 

Bath County, Berea, Madison, Millersburg Military Inst , 

Nicholas County, Paris, 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Carroll County, Dayton, Ludlow, 

Owen County 
District 2 — 

Allen Central, Fairview, Hazard, Paintsville, Raceland, 

Wheelwright 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 
Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Lynn Camp, Pineville, 
Williamsburg 

District 2 — 

Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns Creek, 

Phelps, Pikeville, Virgie 

CLASS AA (425 - 614) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Fort Campbell, Mayfield, Reidland, 

Webster County 
District 2 — 

Breckinridge County, Butler County, Edmonson 

County, Hancock County, Logan County, McLean 

County, Todd Central 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Adair County, Allen County-Scottsville, Glasgow, 

Green County. Hart County, Monroe County, Taylor 

County 
District 2 — 

Bardstown, Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 

LaRue County, West Hardin 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Anderson County, Bourbon County, Boyle County, 

Casey County, Danville, Mercer County, Washington 

County 
District 2 — 

Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, 

Mason County, Newport Central Catholic, West Carter 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Corbin, Middlesboro, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne 

County 
District 2 — 

Betsy Layne, Leslie County, M.C. Napier, Morgan 

County, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg 



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CLASS AAA (615 - 925) 

REGION I 

District 1 — 
Calloway County, Graves County, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Paducah Tilghman, Union County 

District 2 — 
Bowling Green, Franklin Simpson, Ohio County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 

REGION II 

District 1 — 
Barren County, East Hardin, Grayson County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt 

District 2 — 
Estill County, Franklin County, Jessamine County, 
Lincoln County, Scott County, Western Hills, Woodford 
County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 

Lloyd Memorial, Newpou Scott, Simon-Kenton 
District 2 — 

Bell County, Cawood, Knox Central, McCreary Central, 

Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

East Carter, Lawrence County, Montgomery County, 

Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Breathitt County, Clay County, Johnson Central, 

Knott Central, Sheldon Clark 

CLASS AAAA (926 - up) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, Henderson 

County, Madisonville-North Hopkins. Marshall County 
District 2 — 

Bullitt East, North Hardin. Oldham County, Shelby 

County. Warren Central 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Butler. Holy Cross. Pleasure Ridge Park. Shawnee, 

Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

Atherton, Fern Creek, Male, Manual, St Xavier, Seneca 
REGION III 
District 1 — 

DeSales, Doss. Fairdale. Iroquois, Moore, Southern 
District 2 — 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, 

Waggener 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Bryan Station, George Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, 

Lafayette, Laurel County, Madison Central, Pulaski 

County, Tates Creek 
District 2 — 

Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, 

Greenup County, Holmes 



Cover credit to Lexington Herald-Leader 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVIII NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




Lady Liberty 
Receiving Much- 
Needed Facelift 



Restoration of the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island in 
New York is under way and is expected to be completed by 
July 4, 1986 — the 100th anniversary of Lady Liberty. 

A French legal scholar. Edouard de Laboulaye, is 
credited with originating the concept of constructing the 
Statue in 1865. but the project made littleheadway until the 
eventual sculptor, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. got 
involved in 1871. 

When the Statue was completed in 1886. Bartholdi 
pulled the string that unveiled the Statue and triggered a 
chorus of foghorns, fireworks and a 21-gun salute. The 
Statue was built in commemoration of the freedom that 
Americans enjoy in the United States. 

The Statue has been a fixture in the hearts of Americans 
for the past century, but time has taken its toll on Lady 
Liberty. Restoration was begun last year to enable the 
Statue to be viewed by Americans for centuries to come. 

Many activities are planned in 1986 leading up to the 
July 4 festivities. Included in those activities is the Kodak 
Liberty Ride Festival, a 100-city event that will combine a 
bike ride, entertainment, food and fun. Part of the 
proceeds from the event will benefit the National 
Federation and Individual State Association's drug and 
alcohol education program Every member school will 
have an opportunity to support this important event. 

The February issue of the "Athlete" will contain more 
details of the Liberty Ride Festival. 



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1985-86 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



A large number of K.H S.A.A. registered officials have qualified 
for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved as a result of the 
National Federation Part II Examination Only officials receiving 
these higher ratings are eligible to w/ork in the district and regional 
tournaments. Only Certified officials are eligible to work in the 
state tournament. 



APPROVED 



REGION 1 

B. F. Behrendt 
Gary EIrod 
James Mitchell 
Jim Mizell 
Larry Mulberry 
Stephen Woods 

REGION 2 

Gerard Milliard 
Steve Holt 
Marvin Offutt 



Preston Brew/er 
Joseph DeRosa 



Kent Dillingham 



Larry Oliver 




Joe Williams 




Wendel Wooton 




REGION 3 




Laura Lynn 




John Mullins 




Leo Peckenpaugh 




Larry Tierney 




REGION 4 




Mike Belcher 


Doug Harlow 


Larry Fletcher 


Janice James 


Terry Hale 


Roger Lambert 


Laura Petrie 


Ellis Link 


Jim Radford 




Mark Turner 




Robert Welch 




REGION 5 




Michael Lusk 


Ted Gilhs 


David Lyons 


Marty Matusiak 


Corky Morse 


B D Thompson 


Andy Strain 


Mark Upchurch 


REGIONS & 7 




Randy Abbott 


Russ Fox 


Frank Abell 


Ed Gatterdam 


Gary Conklin 


Bruce Nickerson 


Daniel Cromer 


Jim O'Brien 


David Dykman 




Scott Eliott 




Al Gibson 




Joe Hamilton 




Chris Pavlik 




REGION 8 




Billy Buckham 


Tom Goins 


Mike Gosnell 


Lois Holmes 


Roger Graves 


Gary Lawrence 


Mike Herron 




David Knight 




Alan Matthews 




Lester Tindle 




James Wiley 




REGION 9 




Jim Farmer 


Doug Newhouse 


Don Myers 


Dan P. Sullivan 


David Obel 


Larry Wilson 


Roland Robison 




Roger Ryan 




Tom Sorrell 




Rick Trauth 




Troy Williams 




Mary Zaieta 




REGION 10 & 11 




Delbert Ault 


Doug Billips 


John Chamberlain 


Glenn Brown 


Keith Clary 


Ron Harrod 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



JANUARY, 1986 VOL. XLVIII, NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1 103, Act of Octobers, 1 91 7, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Patrick L, Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Tony Olmger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Owensboro, Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 

Continued from Page 1 

Brent Davis Anthony Hawkins 

Mychal Donaldson Glenn Jones 

Jamie Frederick Bill Hosteller 

Derek Gordon Larry Lyies 

Mark Hicks Bill McDaniel 

Larry Hurley Larry Ratliff 

Charles Jones David Rutledge 

Cliff Kennon Mark Rutledge 

Bob Lane Roy Turley 

Donna Martin Mac Whitaker 

Trina Payne Ben Young 
Joe Ruddeli 
Gary Salamone 
Marty Voiers 
Philip Wilson 



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1986 BASEBALL CLINIC & 
SOFTBALL CLINIC SITES 



1. Eldridge Rogers, Clinic Director 
Hopkinsville Community College 
Room 202 Student Center 

Feb. 23 — 2:00 p.m. 

SOFTBALL CLINIC 

Feb. 23 — 3:.30 p.m. 
Hopkinsville Community College 

2. Charles Joseph, Clinic Director 
ElizabethtovKn 
Elizabethtown High School 
March 10 

Athlete Material: All coache= should have their 
baseball schedules available for the Tri-State 
association. 

3 Harry Stephenson. Clinic Directory 
Lexington, 

Blue Grass Baseball Umpires Asso. 
Transy University 
Mitchell Fine Arts Building 
March 17 — 7:30 p.m. 

Also please be advised of the following meetings; 

March 3, 10 & 31 

April 7, 14 & 21 

May 5 
The time for each of these meetings is 7:30 p.m. at 
Transy University in the Mitchell Fine Arts building. 

4. Mike Schaffer, Clinic Director 
Louisville 

Kentuckiana Baseball Umpires Asso. 
Durrett Education Center 
March 10 — 7:30 p.m. 



REGION 12 
Alan Hall 
Allen Larkin 
Rodney McFall 
Ronnie McFall 
Fred Purvis 
Larry Woods 

REGION 13 
Gary Glenn 
Johnny Reynolds 
Danny Soublo 



John Ashurst 
Leighman Messer 
Keith Morgan 
Darryl Washington 



REGION 14-NoChanges 

REGION 15 
David G. Scott 
Paul D, Scott 
Jon L. Stratton 

REGION 16 
Brian Brumfield 
Jerry Foley 
Larry Newsome 
Darryl Smith 



Wendell K. Hall 
Steve L. Mickey 
Paul M, VanHorn 



Banner Castle 
Walter Maynard 
Bill Short 



5. Phil Barnard, Clinic Director 
London 

Laurel Co. High School 
March 17 — 7:00 p.m. 

6. Chod Hobbs, Clinic Director 
Ashland 

Summitt Jr. High School 
March 16 — 2:00 p.m. 

7. Jamie Washer, Clinic Director 
Mayfield 

Mayfield High School 
March 24 — 7:00 p.m. 

8. Charles Adkins, Clinic Director 
Paintsville High School 
Paintsville 

April 1 — 7:00 p.m. 

9. Dick Uriage, Clinic Director 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



Newport High School 

Newport 

March 16 — 2:00 p.m. 

10. Phil Burkeen, Clinic Director 
Bowling Green 

Warren East High School 
March 9 — 2;00 p.m. 

11. Allen Feldhaus, Clinic Director 
Maysville 

Mason Co. High School 
March 25 — 7:00 p.m. 



Rick Nash, Clinic Director 
Owensboro 

Owensboro High School 
March 24 - 7:00 p.m. 

Denver Jones 

Hazard 

Hazard High School 

March 24 - 7:00 p.m. 



1986 WRESTLING INFORMATION 



DISTRICT MANAGERS: 

Northern Kentucky: Wayne Badida, Conner High School, Box 36, 

Hebron, Kentucky 41018 

Harrison County: Joe L. Judy, Athletic Director, Harrison County 

High School, Route 4, Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031 

Central Jefferson: Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 

Frankfort Street-Box 6005, Louisville. Kentucky 40206 

TOURNAMENT SITE TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL. 

Fort Campbell: Marshall Patterson, Fort Campbell High School, 

Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop, Fort Campbell, Kentucky 42223. 

Frankfort: Raymond Webb. Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby 

Street. Franktort, Kentucky 40601 

West Jefferson: Tyrone Clemons, Fairdale High School. 1001 

Fairdale Rd . Fairdale, Ky 40118 

East Jefferson: Chuck Anderson, Eastern High School, 12400 Old 

Shelbyville Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40243. 

Hardin County: Jim Davis, West Hardin High School, Stephenburg. 

Kentucky 42781 

REGIONAL MANAGERS: 

Trinity Region: Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 
Frankfort Street - Box 6005, Louisville. Kentucky 40206 
TOURNAMENT SITE: TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 



Frankfort Region: Raymond Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 
Shelby Street, Frankfort. Kentucky 40601 

Northern Kentucky Region: Mike Bankemper, Campbell County 
High School, 8000 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, Kentucky 41001. 
Western Kentucky Region: Jim Perrin, Christian County High 
School, Glass Avenue, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240. 

SEMI-STATE MANAGERS: 

Raymond Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, 
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 

Louisville: Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 Frankfort 
Street, Box 6005, Louisville, Kentucky 40206. TOURNAMENT 
SITE TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 

STATE FINALS MANAGERS: 

Orville Williams. Manager, Seneca High School, 3510 Goldsmith 

Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40220. 

Jay Phillips, Asst Manager, Atherton High School, 3000 Dundee 

Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40205 

Larry Mann, Ass't Manager, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 1867 

Frankfort Street, Box 6005, Louisville, Kentucky 40206. 

TOURNAMENT SITE ATHERTON HIGH SCHOOL, LOUISVILLE. 






1985-86 Approved 
Wrestling Officials 

Listed below are the officials who made 80% or 
more (on a supervised test) to become approved in 
Wrestling, 

John Sarver 
Chris Ryan 



TOURNAMENTS 



The State Wrestling Tournament vi/ill be held at Atherton High 
School, Louisville, on February 22, 1986. Orville Williams v/\\\ 
manage the State Tournament. 

The district and regional tournaments will be held on February 1 
and 8 and the semi-state on February 15 

The region, district, name of the manager and the schools 
assigned to districts are listed below. If your school plans to enter a 
team and is not listed in any district, will you please contact this 
office or the district manager nearest you. 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 




NEW TRACK ALIGNMENT 

CLASS A 
(0 - 400) 



REGION 1 

Ballard Memorial 
Carlisle County 
Fulton 

Hickman County 
Livingston County 
Murray 
St Mary 



REGION 2 

Crittenden County 
Hancock County 
Lyon County 
Providence 
Russellville 
University Heigtits 
West Hopkms 



REGION 3 

Augusta 
Bellevue 
Bishop Brossart 
Carroll County 
Covington Latm 
Dayton 

Gallatin County 
Holy Cross 
Ludlow 
Owen County 
St, Henry 
Walton-Verona 



REGION 4 REGIONS REGIONS 

Bath County Bardstown Berea 

Frankfort Bethlehem Garrard County 

Harrodsburg Campbellsville Lee County 

Ky. School/Deaf Christian Academy Madison 
Millersburg Mil. Inst. Kentucky Coun. Day Model 

Paris Portland Christian Monticello 

Sayre Spencer County 



Oneida Baptist 
Pineville 
St Camillus 
Williamsburg 



REGION 7 

Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Elkhorn City 

Evarts 

Fleming-Neon 

Harlan 

Hazard 

Jenkins 

Millard 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Riverside Christian 

Virgie 



REGION 1 

Calloway County 
Caldwell County 
Fort Campbell 
Heath 
Lone Oak 
McLean County 
Mayfield 
Reidland 
South Hopkins 
Trigg County 
Webster County 



REGION 4 

Anderson County 
Bourbon County 
Lexington Cath. 
Mercer County 
Western Hills 



REGION 8 

Elliott County 
Fairview 
Holy Family 
Menifee County 
Nicholas County 
Paintsville 
Wolfe County 



CLASS AA 
(401 - 700) 

REGION 2 

Allen County 
Barren County 
Butler County 
Edmonson County 
Franklin-Simpson 
Glasgow 
Hart County 
Logan County 
Monroe County 
Russell County 
Todd County 
Warren East 



REGION 3 

Grant County 

Harrison 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Lloyd Memorial 

Newport 

New. Cen Cath. 



REGION 5 REGION S 

Adair County Boyle County 

Breckinridge County Corbin 



Bullitt East 
East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Green County 
LaRue County 
Taylor County 
Washington County 
West Hardin 



Danville 
Estill County 
Jackson County 
Somerset 



REGION 7 


REGIONS 






Betsy Layne 


Breathitt Co 


nty 




East Carter 


Knott Co. Central 




Fleming County 


Leslie County 




Johns Creek 


McCreary County 




Lawrence County 


M.C. Napier 






Lewis County 


Middlesboro 






Magoffin County 


Whitesburg 






Mason County 








Morgan County 








Prestonsburg 








Rowan County 








Russell 








Sheldon Clark 








West Carter 










CLASS AAA 






(700 - 


jp) 




REGION 1 


REGION 2 




REGION 3 


Apollo 


Bullitt Central 


Boone County 


Bowling Green 


Grayson Co 


jnty 


Campbell County 


Christian County 


Marion Cour 


ty 


Conner 


Daviess County 


Meade Coun 


ty 


Covington Cathol 


Graves County 


Nelson Cour 


ty 


Dixie Heights 


Henderson County 


North Bullitt 




Holmes 


Hopkinsville 


North Hardir 




Notre Dame 


Mad.-N. Hop 


Oldham Cou 


nty 


Scott 


Marshall County 


Shelby Cour 


ty 


Simon Kenton 


Ohio County 








Owensboro 








Owensboro Catholic 








Paducah Tilghman 








Warren Central 








REGION 4 


REGION 5 




REGIONS 


Belfry 


Assumption 




Ballard 


Boyd County 


Atherton 




DeSaies 


Greenup County 


Butler 




Eastern 


Johnson Central 


Central 




Fairdale 


Montgomery County 


Doss 




Fern Creek 


Paul Blazer 


duPont Man 


jal 


Holy Rosary 




Holy Cross 




Jeffersontown 




Iroquois 




Moore 




Male 




Presentation 




Mercy 




Sacred Heart 




Pleasure Ridge Park 


Seneca 




Shawnee 




Southern 




St. Xavier 




Trinity 




Valley 




Waggener 




Western 







REGION 7 REGION 8 

Bryan Station Bell County 

Franklin County Cawood 

George Rogers Clark Clay County 



Henry Clay 
Jessamine County 
Lafayette 
Lincoln County 
Madison Central 
Scott County 
Tates Creek 
Woodford County 



Knox Central 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Whitley County 



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TRACK CLINICS 



The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track & Field Rules Clinics for coaches 
and officials are as follows: 

Feb. 20 St. Xavier High School 
Louisville, 7:00-p.m. 
March 24 Tates Creek High School 
Lexington, 7:00 p.m. 

April 1 Daviess Co. High School 
Owensboro, 7:00 p.m. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 




Athletics Have Educational Values 

By A,E. Blecke 
(from the "Illinois Interscholastic") 

In my opinion it is long past time for tfie "Educational Establisliment" to re-evaluate its position in regard to \Ue entire 
spectrum of intersctiolastic athiletics 

Wtiat educational purposes does athletics have in the secondary school? What are the educational values of 
interscholastic competition? What are the educational goals in having spectators at interscholastic contests? What are the 
responsibilities of the athletes? Furthermore, what are the responsibilities of the spectators, the coaches, and the 
administrators of the participating schools'' I would like to deal with each of these areas. 

What educational values does athletics have in the secondary school, and what are the purposes of competition'' In my 
opinion there are many values, and the purpose is important. 

Properly handled, athletics should teach the following values; teamwork, the uniting of effort to achieve a common goal; 
sacrificing oneself for the common good; optimum physical fitness; pride and graciousness in achievement; sportsmanship; 
acceptance of defeat without recrimination or loss of motivation; fellowship with others of similar goals; friendship and 
admiration for opponents; and others too numerous to mention. 

Some may challenge schools by saying, "What's the sense of spending all that money for such frills''" or "What does 
playing games have to do with the 3 R's''" These short-sighted views are what causes Boards of Education to cut 
extracurricular activities first in a tight money situation. 

Athletics and other extracurricular activities are a real-life competency test Students learn to react in artificial stress 
situations to better handle real-life stress situations as adults There are no other activities that prepare students, as well as 
these. The cost? Our entire extracurricular budget for a school of 1,800 students with over 50 percent of the student body 
participating at any one period (for a minimum expenditure of one-third the time they spend in class) comprises 4 percent of 
the total school budget. I'm sure there is not other comparable bargains found in or out of education, even attwicethecost. 
In addition. I am sure that many students have remained in school to profit from their regular class work largely because of 
their participation in extracurricular activities. 

What are the educational goals in having spectators at interscholastic contests? Properly motivated, spectatorsenhance, 
for the participants, the values which are inherent in the activity. When others are watching, the effects on the individuals 
performing in the activity are heightened Spectators also cause the individual to strive for greater results than when no 
spectators are present. Spectators can lend vocal and emotional support to the participants. The spectators themselves 
receive vicarious benefits from the activity; "The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat." Spectators can learn an 
appreciation for the skills involved in an activity and relate them to their own experience; past, present, or future. 

What are the responsibilities of the athletes? Properly motivated, the participants; athletes, coaches, cheerleaders, and 
other support groups, have several responsibilities. Usually they have been chosen in a competitive situation as 
representatives of their school, which increases these responsibilities 
First, they have a responsibility to represent their school in relations with other schools. 
Second, they have the responsibility to represent the school in relation to itself and to the community. 
Third, they have a responsibility to represent themselves as individuals They must act ina way that will not bring discredit 
upon themselves, their school, or their community. This includes personal activities as well as group activities. 

Certain assumptions of exemplary behavior are quite universally accepted as proper for a teenager. Breaking the law in 
any manner, using narcotics or alcohol or being under its influence, smoking, using foul language, or acting in any 
disrespectful manner are all examples of unacceptable behavior by any teenager and especially by a teenage athlete 

As avoidance of these activities may or may not have been inculcated into their behavior pattern prior to their being 
selected as a representative of a school, it becomes the school's responsibility to make them aware of society's expectations. 
What are the responsibilities of the spectators? Properly motivated, spectators, too, have certain responsibilities inherent 
in their status. First, in an educational setting, spectators are present at the invitation of the schools. Whether an admission 
fee is charged or not, spectators, whether students or not, do not have a right to act any way they choose. Second, as with 
athletes, expectations of proper spectator behavior are quite universally accepted. Spectators are not to be disrespectful to 
their opponents or to the game officials. They should treat visitors to their school as they would treat a visitor to their home. 
They should act at another school as they would act when they are visitors at someone else's home. 

What are the responsibilities of coaches? The role of the coach is unique and all-important. To the members of his team, he 
must be able to offer inspiration and sound judgment as well as teach skills and techniques. Unfortunately, the coach must 
be all things to all people, and frequently he falls short of these expectations. To the parents of the team members he is an 
incompetent it he or she doesn't playtheirchild,orisageniusiftheirchildisa regular pal yer. To the community he is a god if 
his team is consistently a winner and gets better each year, or a candidate for tar and feathers if he produces anything less. 
In reality, the coach must be, for athletes, parents, and other spectators, an exemplary model in stressful situations. The 
coach's behavior, during a contest can cause a riot or calm a storm. The coach must be knowledgeable in the specialty at 
hand, must demand and receive respect from all concerned, must teach skills and techniques and inspire excellence in 
performance. The coach must make decisions involving team member's behavior in a fair and impartial manner regardless of 
the probably effects on the winning or losing of contests. If he falls short of any of these standards, it could have a negative 
effect on the values of these standards, it could have a negative effect on the values inherent in athletic programs. 

What are the responsibilities of the administrators of the participating schools? The administration, in reality, has the 
ultimate responsibility for all aspectsof the athletic program. We as administrators can try to blame the coaches, the parents, 
and the changing values of society for the many problems that crop up in relation to high school athletics. In reality, 
however, it all comes back to our not having the courage to control the operation of the program in a sound educational 
manner. 

I don't agree that society's values are changing. It is our commitment to these values that is changing, I agree that some 
parts are not teaching values, some churches are losing their effectiveness, and many schools are saying it is not their job. 
Somebody had better step into the breech. Somebody had better begin standing for something. I think it should be we, the 
administrators. If athletics is a training ground for life situations, as I think it is, we had better start doing some training. We 



Continued on Page 8 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 






The events for the State Swimming iVIeets will be 
the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws. Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 54 & 55. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 
30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 21 & 
22, 1986. The site will be at Crescent Hill, in 
Louisville, Ky. Mr. David Webb will manage the 
meet. The girls and boys meets will be run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions. 

LOUISVILE REGION 
Girls: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Evangel, Holy 
Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, 
Presentation St. Francis, Sacred Heart, Waggener. 
Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Ky. Country Day, 
Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure 
Ridge Parl<, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee, Trinity, 
Waggener. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 
Daviess County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopl<insville, 
Mad.-N. Hopl<ins, Mayfield, Meade Co., Murray, 
North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Potter Christian, South Hopkins, Taylor Co. 
Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 



Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsviile, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Meade Co., Murray, 
North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Potter Christian, South Hopkins, Taylor Co. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 
Girls: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Holy Family, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Laurel County, Model, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul 
Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County, Western Hills. 
Boys: Bourbon County, Bo^ '' Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Franklin County, He.iry Clay, Holy Family, 
Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, 
Lexington Catholic, M.M.I., Model, Oneida Baptist, 
Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame, 
Scott, Simon-Kenton, Villa Madonna. 
Boys: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Scott, Simon-Kenton. 



STATE MEET TIME SCHEDULE 

TIME SCHEDULE: Friday, February 21, 1986 

3:00 - 4:00 pm Open Diving Warmups 

4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Boys Diving Warmups 

Open Swiimming Warmups in Warmup Pool Only 
5:30 p.m Boys Diving Prelims and Finals 

7:30 - 9:00 p m Girls Diving Warmups 

Open Swimming Warmups in Warmup Pool Only 
9:00 p.m. Girls Diving Prelims and Finals 

Note: Diving events will be completed on Friday, A scratch box tor swimming scratches will be available from 3:00 
p.m. until 9:00 pm 



Saturday, February 22, 1986 



- 8:00 p,m, 

WARMUPS 

- 8:00 a,m, 

- 8:45 am 

- 9:30 a,m. 



7:00 

8:00 

8:45 

9:45 a.m. 

4:30-5:30 p.m. 

5:30 - 6:00 pm, 

6:00 pm. 



Scratch Meeting 

Open Warmups 

(Northern and Louisville Regions) 

(Western and Central Regions) 

Swimming Preliminaries 

Open Warmups 

Sprint and Pace Work 

Finals in all swimming events 



QUALIFIERS: 



The top three (3) swimmers in each event, in each of the four (4) regional qualifying meets, and the next twelve (12) 
fastest swimmers from the state-at-large, (determined by times established in regional meets) will qualify for the 
State Meet, This enables the top twenty-four (24) swimmers and divers in the state to compete for the championship 
in each event. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



CONGRATULATIONS TO K.H.S.A.A. SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 

The 1985 Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournaments marked the 
inception of the K.H.S.A.A. Academic Scholarship Awards based on a 
combination of athletic ability and achievement, and academic standing 
and success. The first winner, announced at the Girls State Tournament 
was Whitley County's Tammy Golden. 

Golden was a key player in the Lady Colonels' drive to the championship 
as well as a proven performer in the classroom and in other outside 
activities. Tammy is now studying at Cumberland College in hometown 
Williamsburg. Her award was presented by K.H.S.A.A. Commissioner Tom 
Mills and for 1985 was provided by the Kentucky Education Foundation 
and Superintendent of Public Instruction Alice McDonald. 

Mills also presented the Boys' winner, senior Chip Nixon of the 
Metcalfe County Hornets, at the Sweet Sixteen Tournament in Lexington 
the next week. Nixon was instrumental in his team's winning of a berth 
in the 1985 Sweet Sixteen as well as a thorough involvement in his 
highschool in many activities, and the respect of his peers as 
evidenced by his selection as Mr. Metcalfe County High. Nixon is 
currently a freshman at Centre College in Danville. 



Nixon and Golden will be featured in 
program and awards for 1986 are 
K.H.S.A.A. continues to recognize 
athletic participants. Lexington 
$6,000 in scholarships to be awarded 
tournament based on academic and athl 
$44,000 to be awarded as scholars 
annual Sweet Sixteen Academic Showc 
is already underway statewide and 
many of the academic areas at the same 

OPEN DATES FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS 



the 1986 tourname 
to be expanded eve 
the academic ach 
Mayor Scotty Bae 

to three particip 
etic achievment in 
hips to participa 
ase, an academic c 

will culminate wi 

time as the boys 



nt program. The 
n further as the 
ievements of its 
sler has secured 
ants in the boys 
addition to the 
nts in the first 
ompetition which 
th the finals in 
tournament. 



New Madrid County Central High School, New Madrid, Missouri, has 
openings for September 5 and September 19, this fall. Would like to 
sign contract for home and home series. Contact Coach Mike Barnes, at 
(314) 688-2562. Christian County High School has an open football 
date on October 10. Contact Athletic Director Wilton Gant at (502) 
887-1100. Washington County needs a home game on September 6. 
Contact Coach Tom Hamilton at (605) 336-3996. Corbin High School 
has open dates Sept. 12, 19 and 26, and Oct. 3, 10, and 24. Call 
(606) 528-3902. Franklin County High School needs 
5, 19 and 26, and Oct. 17. Contact Coach Dearborn at 
Harrison County High School needs games on Sept. 
Contact Coach Graham at (505) 234-4382 or at home 
Lafayette High School needs game on Sept. 12 and 



Coach Adams at 
games on Sept. 
(502) 695-4155. 
19 and Oct. 17, 
(606) 234-1631. 



Oct. 24. Contact Coach Fee (606) 278-7103 or at home (606) 223-3002. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO COACH JOAN MAZZARO, NOTRE DAME 

Congratulations are in order for Coach Joan Mazzaro, of Notre Dame 
Academy, on her selection as the Region 3 Volleyball Coach of the Year 
as selected by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association. 
Coach Mazzaro was honored at a banquet this past summer in Denver. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO MICHELLE 0' BRYAN, SACRED HEART 

The K.H.S.A.A. salutes Michelle O'Bryan from Sacred Heart Academy who 
was selected to the 1985 Prince Academic All American Tennis Team for 
girls. Michelle completed the 1984-85 school year with a grade point 
average of 3.9 while also excelling on the tennis court reaching the 
quarterfinals of the 1985 State Tennis Tournament. Michelle was one of 
ten players selected for this honor from amoung seniors throughout the 
country. The award is based on academic excellence as well as athletic 
achievement. 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
events, along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Allowed 


Finals 
(Tentative) 


Soccer 


July 20 


Sept. 1 


6-20 


Nov. 1 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 1 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Nov. 1 


Football 


July 30 


Aug. 29 


11 


Nov. 28-29 


Wrestl ing 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



These dates are corresponding to the 1985-86 calendar, and are current 
as per the 1985-86 Constitution and By-Laws. Dates for 1986-87 
championships are tentative. 

BLUE STATEMENT UPDATES - PLEASE RESPOND 



In the next few days you will be receiving the first semi-annual Blue 
Statement update. This statement will show all pertineat information 
related to your school as it is on file with this office. Please take 
the time to correct and update this form so as to help with 
communications concerning all K.H.S.A.A. Rules and Activities. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO JIM WATKINS, SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL 

Congratulations to Jim Watkins, Athletic Director at Louisville 
Southern High School who was chosen as a recipient of the National 
Federation Citation for excellence in interscholastic athletics. 
Watkins has served as Southern's Athletic Director since 1974, is past 
President of the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors Association, 
and currently serves as that organization's Executive Secretary. He 
has assisted the K.H.S.A.A. as a manager in both the state football and 
basketball championships. 



K.H.S.A.A. and U.K. CONDUCTING FOOTBALL INJURY STUDY 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association in conjunction with the 
University of Kentucky Athletic Training Department is currently 
conducting a football injury study. The objective is to determine the. 
types, frequency, and the number of football related injuries and 
illnesses. Data will pertain to fractures, dental injuries, and 
injuries causing the athlete to miss a game or more than three days of 
practice, and heat related illness where practice or game time is 
lost. A comparison will be made between game and practice injuries. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Effective with this year, 1986, officials in baseball, basketball, 
football, soccer, softball, track, volleyball, and wrestling will be 
required to re-register between May 1, 1986 and June 30, 1986. 
New officials will still be permitted to register until the current 
deadlines. Registration forms will be mailed during April to all 
currently registered officials. If your address is not correct or you 
have had trouble receiveing mailings, magazines, etc. from this office, 
you should contact Ms. Pruitt immediaetly to have her double check your 
address. Officials not re-registering during the May-June period 
will be assessed a $25.00 late charge in addition to the normal fees 
required. There will be no waivers from this policy or fee. 

If you do not receive your re-registration form prior to June 1, you 
should contact this office immediately. Non-receipt of information 
will not be an acceptable reason for waiver of the late fee. 

The new registration schedule is due in part to a new reciprocal 
agreement between the states adjacent to Kentucky in an effort to allow 
the ratings, years service, and other items, to transfer from one state 
to another. 



The procedure to register in another state will be detailed next month 
in the Athlete. A special card will be provided by the Federation to 
indicate you multiple state registration and this should cut down on 
the fees that are now required by several individual states. If you 
have any questions, contact Executive Assistant Billy Wise at the 
office. 



BELFRY FOOTBALL TEAMS EXCELS OFF THE FIELD 

According to coach Philip Haywood, academic achievement is an 
integral part of the Belfry football program. This year, 40 members of 
the Belfry team made the honor roll. All told, 72 students involved 
with the program, including managers, stats, Pirettes, and 
cheerleaders), made the honor roll, which adds up to 18% of the entire 
school honor roll. Haywood feels this is proof positive that academics 
and athletics can and must work together. 



RULES INTERPRETATION - BASKETBALL COACH EJECT FROM GAME 

Does an ejected coach have to be reinstated before coaching again? 
"The answer is yes", according to Billy Wise, Executive Assistant 
Commissioner of the K.H.S.A.A. and the rules interpreter for basketball 
and football. According to Wise, coaches ejected from games are 
considered suspended due to a violation of By-Law 17, the Practice of 
Sportsmanship, and must therefore be reinstated by a member of the 
Commission. This rule applies to all sports sanctioned by the KHSAA. 
This means that if the varsity coach is ejected from the JV game, he 
may not coach the varsity team that night unless he has been reinstated 
by a member of the Commission. According to Wise, ejected coaches and 
players are to request reinstatement in writing in addition to any 
phone calls for reinstatement, and the ejecting officials should submit 
the ejection card to this office promptly. 



BY-LAWS INTERPRETATION - LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

One of the topics which has created considerable calls to this office 
for interpretation this year is the limitation of seasons as it 
pertains to basketball, and squad members participating in outside 
leagues, tournaments, etc. in addition to the high school program. No 
member of a high school team may have played prior to the season, or 
may play after the season, in a league, tournament or other event in 
that sport during the school year. This is considered as a practice 
and is a violation of By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons, as it pertains 
to basketball. This rules has been waived for this year only, by the 
Board of Control, to allow 7th and 8th graders who played in a fall 
program to play also with the high school program. The waiver was 
granted only for this season. 



NEW TRACK PUBLICATION TO BE PUBLISHED FOR COACHES, ETC. 

This office has been notified that Inside 7rac/r will be published 
beginning this month and is available for high school coaches and other 
interested parties. This magazine, in newsletter form, is to be 
published 20 times per year. Questions and comments should be 
addressed to INSIDE TRACK, 2316 Chester Road, Birmingham, AL, 35223. 
Send inquiries to the attention of Mr. John Parks. Their phone number 
is (205)879-1889. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



o 



DISTRICT AND REGIONAL ALIGNMENTS 
GIRLS' SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 



District 1 

Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Reidland 

St. Mary 



District 5 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Henderson County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



District 8 

Allen County 
Bowling Green 
Edmonson County 
Hart County 
Warren Central 
Warren East 
Russellville 
Franklin-Simpson 



District 12 

Central 

Portland Christian 
Presentation Acad 
Shawnee 



District 16 

duPont Manual 

Louisville Collegiate 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Ninth & 



District 20 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
Eminence 
Henry County 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 



District 23 

Beechwood 
Covington Catholic 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Notre Dame 
Villa Madonna 



District 27 

Estill County 
Franklin County 
George Rogers Clark 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Western Hills 



District 31 

Buckhorn 
Dilce Combs 
Hazard 
Leslie County 
Letcher 
M.C- Napier 



1986 
REGION 1 



District 2 

Caldwell County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Marshall County 
Murray 
Mayfield 
Calloway Co 



District 6 

Bremen 
Drakesboro 
Frederick Fraize 
Graham 
Hughes-Kirk 
Muhlenberg County 



District 9 

Adair County 
Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Gamaliel 
Metcalfe County 
Glasgow 



District 13 

Butler 
Holy Cross 
Pleasure Ridge Park 
Western 



District 17 

Assumption 
Atherton 

Christian Academy 
Seneca 



District 21 

Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Trimble County 
Williamstown 
Grant Co. 



District 24 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Cen. Cath 



District 28 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 

Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

Tates Creek 
Woodford County 



District 32 

Cordia 
Jackson 

Jackson County 
Knott County Cen. 
Riverside Christ. 
Wolfe County 



District 3 

Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 

Trigg County 
University Heights 



REGION 2 



District 7 

Breckinridge County 
Fordsville 
Hancock County 
McLean County 
St. Romuald 
Trinity/Whitesville 



REGION 3 

District 10 

East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Grayson Co. 

REGION 4 

District 14 

Beth Haven 
Doss 

Fairdale 
Valley 

REGION 5 

District 18 

Fern Creek 
Jeffersontown 
Moore 
Walden 

REGION 6 

District 22 

Boone County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
Simon-Kenton 
Walton-Verona 



REGION 7 

District 25 

Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Scott 
Silver Grove 



REGION 8 

District 29 

Burgin 

Mercer County 
Monticello 
Wayne County 



REGION 9 

District 33 

Allen Central 
Greenup Co. 
McDowell 
Morgan County 
Sheldon Clark 
Wheelwright 



District 4 

Dawson Springs 
Madison-N. Hop 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster Co. 



District 11 

Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Green County 
Marion County 
Nelson County 
Taylor County 



District 15 

Evangel 
Holy Rosary 
Iroquois 
Southern 



District 19 

Ballard 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 

Eastern 



District 26 

Bracken County 
Deming 
Mason County 
Pendleton County 



District 30 

Bell County 
Corbin 
Evarts 

Middlesboro 
Oneida Baptist 
Red Bird 
Whitley County 
Laurel County 

District 34 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Phelps 
Pikeville 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



Continued from Page 5 

advise the Boards of Education who set the policies. We employ the athletic directors, coaches, and sponsors. We have the 
overall responsibility for the programs. 

We had better begin looking at our expectations of students, athletics, supervisors and coaches. We had better start 
paying attention to the little things we all tend to overlook. We had better begin standing up and being counted. If we do not, 
we don't deserve our jobs. If we do not, we deserve all the headaches and problems that will certainly follow. If we do not, we 
ought to resign from the Principalship because we certainly do not deserve the title of leaders or educators. 

We administrators must reassess our programs. We dare not emulate those whose credo is: "Winning is the name of the 
game," "Our opponent is the enemy," "Good guys finish last." High school interscholastic athletic competition does have a 
great many values, for participants and spectators alike, as long as education is the goal. We must guarantee that education 
is the goal. There is another quotation, often attributed to the coach of the losing team, which says, "This year we are 
building character." We administrators had better be sure that our coaches are building character every year or replace them 
with someone who will. Building character is a role all educators must assume. If we do not, who will? 

A-E Blecke is principal of Antiocli (III.) l-ligli Scliool 



NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS 

SUMMARY 

1984-85 SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEY 





TEN MOST POPULAR BOYS SPORTS 




Schools 




Participants 




1. Basketball 


17,799 


1. Football 


1,006,675 


2. Football 


14,867 


2. Basketball 


493.806 


3. Tracks Field (Outdoor) 14,566 


3. Track & Field (Outdoor) 


455.277 


4. Baseball 


14,041 


4. Baseball 


391,810 


5. Cross Country 


9,776 


5. Wrestling 


244,598 


6. Golf 


9,178 


6. Soccer 


180,281 


7. Tennis 


8,766 


7. Cross Country 


155,550 


8. Wrestling 


8,722 


8. Tennis 


124,467 


9. Soccer 


5,747 


9. Golf 


107,155 


10. Swimming & Diving 


3,844 


10. Swimming & Diving 


78,256 




TEN MOST POPULAR GIRLS SPORTS 




Schools 




Participants 




1. Basketball 


17,047 


1. Basketball 


389,230 


2. Track & Field (Outdoor) 13,923 


2 Track & Field (Outdoor) 


344,730 


3. Volleyball 


12,460 


3. Volleyball 


259,827 


4. Softball (FastPitcfi) 


8,507 


4 Softball (Fast Pitch) 


208,177 


5. Cross Country 


8,458 


5. Tennis 


117,170 


6. Tennis 


8,382 


6. Cross Country 


94,879 


7. Swimming & Diving 


3,829 


7. Swimming & Diving 


77,268 


8. Golf 


3,352 


8. Soccer 


75,944 


9. Soccer 


3,180 


9. Field Hockey 


50,313 


10. Gymnastics 


2,159 


10. Gymnastics 


35,440 








SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEY TOTALS 




Year 


Boy Participants 


Year Girl 


Participants 


1971 


3,666,917 


1971 


294,015 


1972-73 


3,770,621 


1972-73 


817,073 


1973-74 


4,070,125 


1973-74 


1,300,169 


1975-76 


4,109,021 


1975-76 


1,645,039 


1977-78 


4,367,442 


1977-78 


2,083,040 


1978-79 


3,709,512 


1978-79 


1,854,400 


1979-80 


3,517,829 


1979-80 


1,750,264 


1980-81 


3,503,124 


1980-81 


1,853,789 


1981-82 


3,409,081 


1981-82 


1,810,671 


1982-83 


3,355,558 


1982-83 


1,779,972 


1983-84 


3,303,599 


1983-84 


1,747,346 


1984-85 


3,354,284 


1984-85 


1,757,884 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1< 



PAGE NINE 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of thie Kentucky Higfi School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, 
Kentucky, on Saturday morning, January 18, 1986. The 
meeting vi^as called to order by President Pat Craw/ford at 
9:00 am. Present were all Board members. Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVriesand Louis Stout and Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett. tvlr. Lloyd Redman, 
representing the State Department of Education was also 
present. The invocation was given by fvlr. Redman. 

President Crawford advised the Board members that the 
Appeals Hearings and the Regular Meeting would be 
combined into one meeting. He then called on Mr. David 
Curtis, Attorney for Gabrielle Mitchell, to present the first 
appeal. Following Mr. Curtis' presentation and questions 
to him, Gabrielle and her father, they were excused and 
advised that Commissioner Mills would notify them of the 
Board's decision in the very near future. Tom Buchanan 
made a motion, seconded by Frank Welch, that By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, be waived in this case and that Gabrielle be 
allowed to participate in interscholastic athletics at 
Carlisle County High School. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The second appeal was presented by Owensboro High 
School Athletic Director Jack Hicks on behalf of Jeremy 
Coomes, a transfer from Daviess County High School. 
Jeremy had been ruled ineligible to participate in sports 
under By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Executive Assistant Wise 
had investigated the case and presented his findings to the 
Board. Following a discussion by the Board with Mr. Hicks, 
Frank Welch moved that the Board uphold the deicision of 
the Commissioner in this case and rule Jeremy ineligible 
to participate in interscholastic athletics at Owensboro 
High School for thirty-six school weeks. Chester Turner 
seconded the motion, which passed by a vote of nine in 
favor of the motion and one abstention (Grant Talbott). 

Then came Ron Hunter on behalf of his son, Mike 
Hunter, a studentat Holy Cross High School who had been 
ruled ineligible under By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, due to the 
fact that Mike had participated in athletics at Covington 
Catholic High School. Following Mr. Hunter's 
presentation and questions to him by the Board members. 
Grant Talbott made a motion, seconded by Ken Tippett, 
that the Board uphold the decision of the Commissioner in 
this case. The motion carried by a vote of nine in favorand 
one opposed. 

The fourth appeal was presented by Principal Don Hines 
of Frankfort High School. The Commissioner had 
informed the school that due to the fact two ineligible 
players were permitted to participate in basketball, those 
games in which they were permitted to play must be 
forfeited to the opposing team under By-Law 24, Forfeits. 
Mr. Hines had requested to appear before the Board to 
appeal the decision of the Commissioner. Following Mr. 
Hines presentation and questions to him by the Board 
members, David Webb made a motion that the decision of 
the Commissioner be upheld in this case. Tony dinger 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

There being no further appeals. President Crawford 
advised the Board that the Regular Meeting was now 
called to order. 

Frank Welch made a motion that the minutes of the 
November 29, 1985, meeting be approved. Chester Turner 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Charlie Wilson, that 
the bills of the Association for the period December 1 
through December 31 be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 



Following a discussion of the date and site for the next 
meeting of the Board of Control, Ray Story made a motion 
that the site of the next meeting be in Bowling Green on 
Thursday, March 27, 1986, at 9:00 a.m. at the Greenwood 
Executive Inn. 

Executive Assistant Wise reported that $292,108.00 in 
ticket sales had been received through this date for the 
Boys State Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales 
for the Girls State Basketball Tournament had netted 
$6,1 16 00 both figures being ahead of last year's receipts at 
this time. 

Football Committee Chairman Chester Turner 
presented the following proposal for the Board's approval. 

A. Schools shall be required to play all otherteams in 
their district to qualify for championship play. 

B. The winner in District I shall play the runner-up in 
District II and vice versa. 

C. Tournament play shall begin three (3) weekends 
prior to Thanksgiving Weekend. The finals in each 
class shall be played on Friday or Saturday 
following Thanksgiving. 

D. 1 . In all district play-off competition, the winning 

team in each district shall be designated as the 
home team. Should teams from the same district 
meet in the second round of the play-offs, the 
district winner will be designated as the home 
team. In all other cases, and in all subsequent 
play-off games except for the final round, the 
odd numbered district or region shall be 
designated as the home team in odd numbered 
years, and in even numbered years, the process 
will be reversed. No play-off game shall be 
scheduled or played on a date or time that 
requires loss of school time. 
2. In all regional competition, the even numbered 
districts and regions shall set the site, date and 
starting time in even numbered years. In uneven 
numbered years the process will be reversed. 
The site, date and starting time of the final game 
in each class shall be determined by the Board 
of Control. 

E. Finance distribution for tournament play shall be 
governed by Section IV, Finances under 
K.H.S.A.A. Rules and Regulations governing 
Football Championships. 

F. A school, upon written application of the principal 
and approval of the Board of Control, may be 
permitted to move from a lower into a higher 
classification. Any school placed in a higher 
classification must remain in this classification 
until all districts are re-classified. Schools will not 
be permitted to change classification ifthechange 
requires a district to fall below five (5) or to exceed 
eight (8) in number. A school may not be permitted 
to move into a higher classification if the change 
requires the school to travel a greater distance 
than if it remained in its assigned district. 

G. If at any time during the classification period 
(1987-1990) a school withdraws from play-off 
competition, it may not re-enter until the end of the 
classification period. 

H. Should three or more teams tie for the champion- 
ship or runner-up based upon the won/loss 
record, the championship and runner-up shall be 
determined by the following plan: If one of the 
three teams tied for the championship or runner- 
up has defeated the other two teams in a game 
contested between them, that team shall be 
declared the Champion or Runner-up. If the tie 
remains, each team tied for the championship/ 
runner-up shall receive one point for each game 
won by any four of their defeated opponents 
(including district and non-district games) except 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1986 



the game played between the teams tied for the 
champion and each of their defeated opponents 
shall be omitted when calculating points to break 
the tie. If the tie remains after a team's highest 
points have been counted, an additional game will 
be counted until the tie is broken. All games played 
shall be counted in breaking a tie, including out- 
of-state games. If a tie results after the above plan 
has been applied, it shall be broken by the Board of 
Control. 



Chester Turner made a motion that the above Football 
Proposal be accepted as presented. Frank Welch 
seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 
seven in favor and three opposed. President Crawford 
commended the Football Committee tor their untiring 
efforts in proposing the new football alignment. 

(The new football alignment can be found on the inside 
front cover of this issue of the "Athlete"). 

President Crawford called on Commissioner Mills to 
present the proposals which he had received for 
presentation to the Delegate Assembly. Commissioner 
Mills briefly discussed the proposals he had received from 
the following schools or groups: Eastern Kentucky Valley 
Cooperation - changing girls basketball to a fall sport; 
Tates Creek High School - By-Law 27 as it relates to 
football, Monticello High School - in regard to the 
President of the Board of Control presiding at the Annual 
Meeting; Montgomery County High School - By-Law 27 as 
it relates to soccer, Oneida Baptist Institute - By-Law 21 as 
it relates to non-football playing schools. 

A discussion ensued regarding the possibility of the 
transfer form being changed to allow more input from the 
principal when requesting a waiver of the transfer rule. 
Commissioner Mills informed the Board that he was 
considering asking other state associations to advise him 
of their procedure for handling transfer students. 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter he had received 
from Jackson High School requesting to be moved from 
Basketball District 55 to District 56. Charlie Wilson moved 
that this request be tabled until the March 27 meeting. Tom 
Buchanan seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills discussed the possibility of 
Kentucky and Indiana Boys and Girls Basketball 
Championship Games to be sponsored jointly between the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association and the 
Indiana High School Athletic Association and to be held in 
Kentucky at Rupp Arena on April 15, 1986. The games are 
tentatively scheduled for 1987 at Market Square Arena in 
Indianapolis. Proceeds from the games will go to the 
catastrophic and other insurance funds in each state, 
policies which cover participants in all activities 
sponsored by the two Associations 

Following a discussion of this joint proposal, Charlie 
Wilson made a motion, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
the Board sanction this event. The motion carried 
unanimously. Commissioner Mills advised the Board that 
ticket information would be forthcoming. 

Commissioner Mills then advised the Board of the 
Academic Competition being sponsored by Mayor Scotty 
Baesler and the City of Lexington and held in conjunction 
with the Sweet 16 in March. He stated that 2300 students 
from 153 high schools would be competing. There will be 
three $2,000.00 scholarships awarded to individuals 
competing in the basketball tournament in addition to 
some $44,000.00 in scholarships to those competing in 
academic competition. 

Commissioner Mills also announced plans fortheKodak 
Liberty Ride being sponsored jointly by Kodak, the 
National Federation, Walt Disney, and all State 
Associations. The bicycle rides will take place on May 18, 
1986, all across America for the purpose of earning money 



for the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. One dollar of 
the entry fee will go to the National Federation to be used 
for the Chemical Awareness Program with each state 
association receiving $.75 of that dollar to be used for the 
same purpose. Further information will be available in the 
near future. 

Executive Asst. Wise recommended to the Board that 
officials for the district and regional basketball 
tournaments be assigned in the same manner as for 1985— 
that being that officials will officiate within their region for 
the district basketball tournaments but will go outside their 
region for the regional tournament, except in instances 
where the Local Policy Board had requested otherwise. 
Ray Story moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that this 
recommendation be adopted. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion of two automobiles to be 
purchased by the Association, David Webb moved, 
seconded by Tony Olinger, that the Board accept the bid 
presented by Bunt Gross Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Co. of 
Irvine. The motion carried unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner Stout announced to the Board that 
the Wrestling Tournaments would be as follows: District - 
February 1 ; Regional - February 8; Semi-State - February 
15; State - February 22 at Atherton High School in 
Louisville. 

Chester Turner made a motion, seconded by Charlie 
Wilson, that the Commissioner be empowered to grant 
each team that participated in the football playoffs 
$1,200.00 to help defray expenses. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the possibility of basketball 
district tournament balloting resulting in a tie. Ken Tippett 
made a motion, seconded by Chester Turner, that in the 
event of a tie, the district site will be decided by the flip of a 
coin. The motion carried unrnimously. 

There being no further business, Frank Welch moved 
that the meeting be adjourned. Tom Buchanan seconded 
the motion, which carried unanimously. 

APPEALS HEARINGS 

(Continued from December Athlete) 

The next presentation was made by Brother Paul 
Seadler of St. Xavier High School on behalf of Darrell 
Beavers. Darrell's mother and stepfather were present at 
the hearing. Darrell had transferred from Marmion 
Academy in Illinois to St. Xavier High School and was 
declared ineligible by the Commissioner to participate in 
interscholastic athletics under the provisions of By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule. Following Bro. Seadler's and Mr. and Mrs. 
Sallie comments, and questions to them by the Board 
members, Charlie Wilson made a motion that the 
Commissioners decision be upheld in this case. Tom 
Buchanan seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

President Crawford then called on Mr. Bill Ritchie to 
present his appeal on behalf of his son, Brian. Mr. Ritchie 
had requested a waiver of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following his presentation and questions by the Board 
members. Grant Talbott moved, seconded by Charlie 
Wilson, that the Commissioner's decision be upheld. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Then came Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ballinger, parents of 
Pamela who attends Waggener High School. Pamela had 
been declared ineligible to participate in interscholastic 
athletics due to the fact that she had represented Central 
High School in first team games in basketball and tennis 
prior to transferring to Waggener High School. Following 
a lengthy discussion regarding the circumstances 
surrounding this case, David Webb made a motion that 
Pamela be reinstated and be allowed to participate in 
interscholastic athletics at Waggener High School. Frank 
Welch seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

There being no further appeals, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

BASKETBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



SITUATION #16: Can loss of control occur during a dribble? 
RULING: No Loss of control ends a dribble. Therefore, if the player 
regains control a subsequent dribble is a violation and not part of 
ttie original dribble (4-12) 

SITUATION #17: How should the 2nd quarter be started if a contact 
foul occurs, (a) simultaneously with; or (b) clearly after, the end of 
the 1st quarter'' 

RULING: In (a) a contact foul is seldom, if ever, instantaneous with 
the ending of a period. The official is expected to decide whether it 
occurred before or after the expiration time In case of doubt, it is 
administered as part of the 1st quarter In (b) the contact is ignored 
unless it IS ruled intentional or flagrant or is a player control foul by 
an airborne shooter If ignored the 2nd quarter starts with an 
alternating possession throw-m. If the contact is not ignored, it is a 
technical foul which is penalized to start the 2nd quarter of play. (4- 
15-7 Note; 5-6) 

SITUATION #18: A1 is fouled in the act of shooting. The signal to 
end the 3rd quarter sounds while the unsuccessful shot is in the air 
The coach of Team B is charged with a technical foul (a) prior to 
F1-S first free throw, or (b) following Al's first free throw; or (c) after 
the ball is dead following AVs second attempt Team B has the 
alternating possession arrow for the 4th quarter throw-in. 
RULING: In both (a) and (b) the two free throws for the technical 
foul will be attempted as part of the 3rd quarter and will be 
administered following Al's second attempt In both casesTeam B 
will be given the ball for a throw-m to start the 4th quarter In (c). 
since the 3rd quarter ended when the ball became dead after Al's 
second free throw, the technical foul will be penalized to begin the 
4th quarter. Following the two free throws. Team A is given the ball 
for a throw-in at the division line. The possession arrow remains 
pointed in the direction of Bs basket (5-6-3) 
SITUATION #19: Team A is entitled to the next throw-m under the 
alternating procedure. A1 has the ball out-of-bounds following a 
scoie by the opponents. A1 is unable to complete the throw-m 
within 5 seconds. 

RULING: Team B's ball as a result of the violation However, the 
alternating possession arrow does not change since Al's violation 
did not occur during an alternating possession throw-in. The only 
way the throw-in team can lose the arrow is if it commits a throw-m 
violation during and alternating possession throw-m (9-3-3) 
SITUATION #20: While the ball is alive and the clock is running: (a) 
the coach of Team A stands up to attract the attention of A1 in order 
to give instructions, or (b) following an unusually fine scoring effort 
by A1 , the Team A coach and substitutes spontaneously rise from 
the bench to cheer and then immediately return to their seats. 
RULING: In (a) it is a technical foul on the coach In (b) the 
spontaneous reaction to an outstanding play by a member of their 
team is legal and is the intent of the rule. (10-4-1g; 10-5) 
SITUATION #21: While the game is in progress, the coach of Team 
B rises and accompanies B6 to the table to make sure the substitute 
reports properly 

RULING: This is a technical foul. The coach is not allowed to be off 
the bench for this purpose. (10-5) 

SITUATION #22: A1 steps on the free throw line during a free throw 
attempt and B1 then diconcerts 

RULING: The ball became dead when A1 violated. The 
disconcertion by 81 is ignored Unless another attempt isto follow, 
the ball is awarded to Team B out-of-bounds at the free throw line 
extended (6-7-8, 9-1-7 and Pen. 1) 

SITUATION #23: During a throw-m A1 and 81 simultaneously 
foul each other and before the clock starts again the Team A coach 
is charged with a technical foul. 

RULING: A1 and 81 have committed a double foul. The foul on the 
coach causes the entire situation to be a false double foul 
Following the free throws for the technical foul, the ball is put into 
play with a throw-in by B from the division line. (4-15-3; 8-7) 
SITUATION #24: A1 catches the ball while both feet are off the 
floor. A1 lands on both feet simultaneously, then jumps and again 
alights on both feet at the same time. 

RULING: A violation when A1 touched the floor a second time with 
either foot In this situation A1 is required to either pass or try for 
goal before retouching with either foot (4-29-2a; 3b) 
SITUATION #25: The ball is out-of-bounds; (a) after being 
simultaneously tapped by jumpers A1 and 81; or (b) and was 
simultaneously touched by A2 and 82 before it went out, or (c) and 
was tapped from a group of inbounds players and one official 



thinks A2 touched it last while the other official thinks it was B2. 
RULING: In (a) A1 and 81 must jump again at the center circle In 
(b) and (c) if the alternating procedure had been established, a 
throw-in follows by the entitled team at the out-of-bounds spot. If 
the alternating procedure had not been established, A2 and B2will 
jump at the center circle. (6-1; 6-3-3) 

SITUATION #26: A1 is dribbling in the direction of A's basket B1 is 
running to catch A1 and is approaching from the side B1 is not in 
the same path as A1 A1 makes a quick lateral move and stops 
abruptly in 81 's path B1 is unable to stop and contact results 
RULING: A player control foul on A1 Even though A1 has the ball, 
he or she is not permitted to move into Bl's path so quickly that 81 
IS unable to stop or change direction (4-15-8, 10-6) 
SITUATION #27: The throw-in by A1 strikes 81 who is inbounds. 
the ball ricochets from 81 and (a) goes directly out-of-bounds; or 
(b) goes directly across the line and strikes Al's leg 
RULING: In (a). 81 has caused the ball to be out-of-bounds. In (b), 
A1 has caused the ball to be out-of-bounds (7-2) 
SITUATION #28: Defensive pressure by 81 forces A1 to end the 
dribble A1 then passes the ball against the leg of: (a) 82, or (b) an 
official In each case, A1 recovers the ball as it rebounds 
RULING: In (a), the action is legal and A1 maydribble again. In (b), 
It IS a violation when A1 touches the ball When the ball touches an 
official. It IS the same as if the ball had touched the floor at the 
officials location. A1 actually dribbled a 2nd time when the ball was 
touched after rebounding off the official (4-10-5b. 9-5) 
SITUATION #29: Substitute A6 reports to the scorer and is waiting 
for the ball to become dead and the clock to be stopped Play 
continues for about two minutes without a substitution 
opportunity The coach directs A6 to return to the bench A6 
informs the scorer to cancel the substitution A violation occurs, 
should the scorer signal for the substitution'' 
RULING: 2No A6 is not required to enter since the substitution 
request was canceled. (3-3— 

SITUATION #30: A1 is injured as a result of a foul A1 is removed 
from the court and A6 reports and enters as the replacement A6 is 
successful on both attempts A7 reports to replace A6 after the ball 
IS at A6's disposal for the 2nd attempt. 

RULING: A7 should be beckoned immediately after the 2nd 
successful attempt (3-3-1:8-2) 

SITUATION #31: What is the difference between a double foul and 
a false double foul'' 

RULING: A double foul involved two opponents committing 
personal fouls against each other at approximately the same time. 
A false double foul involves two or more opponents and the 2nd 
foul may be committed up to the time the clock starts again after the 
original foul (s) At least one of the double foul ingredients must be 
absent in order for a situation to be a false double foul The normal 
missing ingredient is either the "opponents fouling each other" or 
"at approximately the same time." Also in many situations one or 
both of the fouls are technical Remember, after a double foul no 
free throws result, whereas each foul carries its own penalty aftera 
false double foul (4-15-3; 10-6 Pen 5b) 

SITUATION #32: On a jump ball, why does the ball become alive 
before the ball is tapped? 

RULING: tVlost jump ball violations occur after the ball leaves the 
officials hand(s) If the ball did not become alive until tapped, the 
violations would occur during a dead ball and would have to be 
treated differently than other violtions (6-1-1) 
SITUATION #33: A1 is holding the ball after ending the dribble in 
As backcourt Team 8 is using a pressing defense. A1 throws the 
ball: (a) against an official; or (b) against B's backboard; or (c) 
against 81. A1 then recovers the ball 

RULING: In (a) and (b) it is a violation. Throwing the ball against 
the official or the opponent's backboard is the start of a dribble 
when A1 is first to touch the ball. In (c) the action is legal and A1 
may dribble again. (4-12; 4-10-5b, 9-5; Fund #19) 
SITUATION #34: Do guarding principles apply only to the 
defensive player and the player with the ball'' 
RULING: No The principles which apply to guarding a player with 
the ball apply equally to guarding a player without the ball, except 
when establishing initial guarding position on a moving opponent 
who does not have the ball. Once legal guarding position is 
established, the guard may shift and move to maintain that 
position. (10-6 and Comment on the Rules) 



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1985-86 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

WRESTLING RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



SITUTION #13: Two wrestlers in tounament competition are tied at 
the conclusion of the regular match and also tied attheconclusion 
of the overtime match In applying the overtime creiteria 1 through 
9 to the overtime and then applying it to the regular match there is 
still no winner How do we determine the winner of this overtime 
match"^ 

RULING: The referee and/or mat judges or assistant referee, if they 
are being used, shall determine the winner on the basis of over-all 
wrestling ability. This includes action in both the regular and 
overtime match. 

SITUATION #14: Wrestler A is attempting an escape when Wrestler 
B locks his hands around the waist of Wrestler A and pulls him 
back Wrestler B immediately releases the locked hands and 
Wrestler A again attempts to escape In order to prevent the escape 
Wrestler B again locks his hands and pulls Wrestler A back. It is 
soon obvious that the escape cannot be made and the referee stops 
the match What is the correct penally to assess? 
RULING: In this situation we clearly have two different 
circurristnaces where the hands of the offensive wrestler were 
lockec!' during an escape attempt, therefore. Wrestler A would 
receive one point for each locked hands, for a total of 2 points. 
SITUATION #15: Wrestler A is attempting to turn Wrestler B with a 
half-nelson and in doing so. Wrestler B injures his shoulder and the 
match IS stopped The shoulder is iniured to the point that Wrestler 
B IS unable to continue the match Who would be declared the 
winner of this contesf 

RULING: Wrestler B's injury is the result of a legal hold and 
therefore Wrestler A would not be penalized. Wrestler A would be 
declared the winner of the match by default 
SITUATION #16: In a dual meet during the 138-pound match. 
Wrestler A is warned then penalized for stalling in the first period 
Wrestler A locks his hands twice in the second period In the third 
period Wrestler A is called for stalling and teh referee awards two 
point to his opponent The match ends with Wrestler A losing by a 
score of 10 to 4 At the end of the dual meet, when signing the 
scorebook, it is brought to the attention of the referee that Wrestler 
A should have been disqualified as it was his fourth penalty The 
referee agrees and changes the score of 10 to 4 to a 
disqualification, whichawards Wrestler B's team 6 points instead of 
3 Is this procedure correct 

RULING: This would be considered a correctable error but the 
correction must take place prior to the start of a subsequent match 
in dual meet competition. After the completion of the dual meet the 
referee cannot go back and change the match score in the 138- 
pound weight class In this situation the referee was in error. 
SITUATION #17: In the 1 26-pound match at the beginning of the 
second period the wrong individual was given the choice The 
individual chose the up position and promptly pinned hisopponent 
in the first fifteen seconds of the second period Is this a correctable 
error or would the fall counf 

RULING: An error in choice at the beginning of the second period 
is correctable only at the beginning of the third period. If the wrong 
individual is given their choice at the beginning of the second 
period you simply reverse that situation at the beginning of the 
third period In this situation the fall would count and the match 
would be concluded 

SITUATION #18: During the 185-pound match Wrestler A, who was 
Isoing by a score of 8 to 16, reversed his opponent putting him on 
his back with a legal head and arm He met the criteria for a 3-point 
near fall but before a fall could be completed, the head lock became 
illegal and the referee stopped the match. At this time the coach of 
Wrestler A becomes extremely upset and the referee penalizes him 
for unsportsmanlike conduct. Shortly after the match has been 
resumed the coach of Wrestler A again becomes extremely upset 
and IS again penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct At this point in 
time what would the score of the match be and what effect has the 
coach had on team score' 

RULING: Wrestler A, who had eight points prior to the reversal, 
would be credited with two points for the reversal and three points 
for a near fall giving him a total of 13 points His opponent would 
have 16 plus one point for the illegal hold when the match was first 
stopped Team A would have one team point deducted because of 
the action of the coach on the first unsportsmanlike conduct call 
The second time he commits an unsportsmanlike act the penalty is 
removal from the premises only and does not result in a team point 
deduction. 

COMMENTS: The only way the team would be penalized the 
second time would be if in fact, the action of the coach on the 
second occurrence was deemed as flagrant misconduct, and in 
that case, there would be a deduction of one team point along with 
the removal. 



SITUATION #19: A wrestler weights in for the 132-pound weight 
class but he has a scratch weight of only 125 pounds. What weight 
class IS this individual eligible to compete in during a dual meet? 
RULING: An individual that weighs 125 pounds is eligible to 
compete in the 126 pound weight class oi one weight class up, the 
132-pound weight class Just because you weight in with the 132 
ponders does not mean that you are a 1 32-pound contestant. Your 
weight class is determined by your actual stripped weight 
SITUATION #20: During the weigh-m Team A weighs in two 
wrestlers at the 98-pound weight class with the idea of moving - 
either wrestler up to the 105-pound weight class Wrestler number 

1 weighs 89 pounds and Wrestler number 2 weighs 95 pounds. 
RULING: Team A can only move Wrestler number 2 up to the 105- 
pound weight class Wrestler number 1 weighs 89 pounds, which is 
below the minimum weight for a 105-pound contestant. Any 
individual wishing to wrestle in the 105-pound weight class must 
weigh a minimum of 90 pounds 

SITUATION #21: In a tournament match using an assistant referee 
the assistant referee observes an illegal hold used by the offensive 
wrestler in placing his opponent on his back The assistant referee 
observes the time on the clock when this situation took place but it 
is approximately 10 more seconds before the referee stops the 
match What is the correct ruling for this situation and do we have 
"bad time''" 

RULING: As soon as the match is stopped the refereeand assistant 
referee will meet briefly at the edge of the mat near the officials 
table If the referee is in agreement with the assistant referee the 
offensive wrestler would be penalized for an illegal hold and no 
back points would be awarded The clock would also be adjusted 
as this would be considered "bad time." If the referee does not 
agree with the assistant referee then there would be no penalty and 
the offensive wrestler would receive whatever back points he had 
earned. 

SITUATION #22: Do the minimum and maximum weights 
described in Rule 4, Section 4, Article 2 vary as the growth 
allowance described in Article 4 is applied'' 
RULING: The minimum and maximum weights described in Article 

2 have been established as standard weights and the growth 
allowance is not to be applied to these minimum and maximum 
weights 

SITUATION #23: Wrestler A assumes the new optional offensive 
starting position. At the sound of the whistle Wrestler A releases 
Wrestler B and backs away three steps and then immediately 
comes forward and grabs Wrestler B in a control situation Would 
tis be considered as an escape followed by a takedown'' 
RULING: An escape can only be awarded when Wrestler B faces 
Wrestler A after Wrestler A backs up We must allow time for either 
Wrestler B to turn around and face his opponent or for Wrestler A to 
come around in front of Wrestler B. In this situation there would be 
no escape and obviously no takedown 

SITUATION #24: Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a pinning situation at 
the edge of the mat in the following situations; (a) Wrestler B has 
only his head and shoulders in-bounds with his scapula and the 
rest of his body out-of bounds; (b) Wrestler B has his left shoulder 
and scapula in-bounds and his righ shoulder and scapula out-of- 
bounds, (c) Wrestler B has his scapula in-bounds with his 
shoulders and head out-of-bounds In which of the following 
situations is it possible for Wrestler A to score a fall or near fall 
points'' 

RULING: The rules state that a fall or near fall can only be scored if 
both shoulders or both scapula of the defensive wrestler are m- 
bounds Therefore in the above situations, a fall or near fall could 
be scored in (a) and (c) and in (b) no points or fall could be 
awarded 

SITUATION #25: Wrestler A is injured when Wrestler B applies a 
figure 4 body scissor and is unable to continue the match. Does 
Wrestler A win the match because of the technical violation against 
Wrestler B'' 

RULING: If Wrestler A is unable to continue the match he must 
default the match to Wrestler B Technical violations are not treted 
the same as illegal holds If an individual is injured through the use 
of an illegal hold an d is unable to continue the match following two 
minutes recover time then he would be declared the winner; if 
however, an individual is injured through the use of a figure 4 body 
scissor, which is a technical violation, he cannot be awarded the 
match if he is unable to continue wrestling. 





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1986 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT SITES 



Boys 



Girls 



1 


Fulton City 


33 


Walton Verona 


2 


Lone Oak 


34 


Ludlow 


3 


Ballard Memorial 


35 


Newport 


4. 


Murray 


36 


Highlands 


5 


Caldwell County 


37 


Bourbon County 


6- 


Providence 


38 


Deming 


7. 


West Hopkins 


39 


Mason County 


8 


Hopkinsvilie 


40 


George Rogers Clark 


9, 


Owensboro 


41 


Western Hills 


10, 


Greenville 


42 


Jessamine County 


11, 


Hancock County 


43 


Tales Creek 


12, 


Grayson County 


44 


Model 


13 


Russellville 


45 


Danville 


14, 


Western Kentucky U 


46 


Garrard County 


15, 


Edmonson County 


47 


Monticello 


16, 


Monroe County 


48 


Pulaski County 


17, 


Elizabethtown 


49 


Clay County 


18, 


Green County 


50 


Baibourville 


19, 


Nelson County 


51 


Pineville 


20- 


Campbellsville 


52 


Cawood 


21, 


Shawnee 


53 


WhitesbLirg 


22, 


Butler 


54 


Buckhorn 


23, 


Fairdale 


55 


Breathitt County 


24 


Southern 


56 


Owsley County 


25 


Male 


57 


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26, 


Louisville Trinity 


58 


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27 


Jeffersontown 


59 


Pikevillc 


28, 


Eastern 


60 


Elkhoi n City 


29. 


North Bullitt 


61 


Morgan County 


30 


Henry County 


62 


West Carter 


31, 


Trimble County 


63 


Russell 






64 


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2, Lone Oak 

3, Ballard Memorial 

4, Murray 

5, Caldwell County 

6, Providence 

7 West Hopkins 

6 Hopkinsvilie 

9 Owensboro 

10 Greenville 

1 1 Hancock County 

12, Grayson County 

13. Russellville 

14, Warren Ci^ntral 

15. Edmonson County 
16 Monroe County 

17, Fort Knox 

18, Green County 

19, Nelson County 

20, Campbellsville 
21 Presentation 

22, Butler 

23, Fairdale 
24 Southern 

25. Male 

26. Assumption 

27. Jeffersontown 

28. Eastern 

29. North Bullitt 

30 Henry County 

31 Trimble County 

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Walton Verona 


34 


Ludlow 


35. 


Newport 


36 


Highlands 


37. 


Harrison County 


38 


Augusta 


39 


Mason County 


40 


George Rogers Clark 


41 


Western Hills 


42 


Jessamine County 


43 


Tales Creek 


44 


Model 


45 


Danville 


46 


Garrard County 


47 


Monticello 


48 


Pulaski County 


49 


Clay County 


50 


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53 


Letcher 


54. 


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55. 


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57 


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58 


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59 


Pikevillc 


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Elkhorn City 


61 


Morgan County 


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West Carter 


63. 


Russell 


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Western Kentucky U. 

Green County 

Iroquois 
7 Ballard 
8. Henry County 
9 Holmes 

10 Mason County 

11 Frankfort Sports Center 

12 Laurel County 

13 Middlesboro 

14 Breathitt County 

15 Belfry 

16 Morehead State U 



Girls 

1. Murray State U. 

2 Livingston Central 

3 Ohio County 

4. Barren County 

5. Nelson County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Oldham County 

9. Dayton 

10 Mason County 

11. Western Hills 

12. Laurel County 

13. Corbin 

14. Knott County Central 

15. Sheldon Clark 

16. Morehead State U. 



VOL. XLVIII NO. 7 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky Higli School Athletic Association 

FEBRUARY, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




ANNOUNCING 

1st Annual Mid America Classic 

Since the announcement that the state basketball 
tournament champions from Kentucky and Indiana would 
meet in a one day doubleheader. it's been called "The 
Natural". The two neighboring states whose love for 
basketball at the high school level is well documented, will 
have their champions oppose each other in games to be 
held at Lexington's Rupp Arena on April 5, 1986. The girls 
champions will meet at approximately 1:15 p.m. with the 
boys champs colliding immediately afterwards. 





Kentucky and Indiana are two of the few states whose 
high school basketball competition is not classified. That 
IS to say, that the enrollment of a school has no effect upon 
who they compete against. Both states have a long 
standing tradition of competitive excellence in high school 
basketball, both have produced a great many college and 
professional players, and both have built their state 
tournaments to be truly the greatest shows on earth. 

The two have now joined forces to help benefit all high 
school students. Proceeds from the games will help high 
school athletic participants in both states as all funds will 
go towards the catastrophic and liability insurance 
program, a policy which is designed to help offset medical 
expenses of a participant who suffers a severe injury while 
playing in. or traveling to or from, a high school athletic 
contest This plan, which has aS3.500 deductivleclause, is 
in excess of other insurance, but has provisions to provide 
for unlimited lifetime medical benefits per injury. 

The cost of this plan has been steadily rising. The 
expense costs each state nearly $100,000.00 to insure all 
participants in all sports sanctioned by the state high 
school athletic associations. This policy is a benefit to all 
participants, one which the K.H S A.A. and the I.H.S A.A. 
are dedicated to maintaining. 

Tickets for the doubleheader are priced at $7.00 for 
lower arena reserved seats, and S5.00 for upper arena 
reserved seats and are available either by mail, or at the 
offices of either the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association, 560 E. Cooper Drive, P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, KY 40522: or the Indiana High School Athletic 
Association, 9150 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis. IN 
46240. 



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FEBRUARY, 1986 VOL. XLVIII, NO. 7 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P,0. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of Octobers, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926 Publication No, 293080 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.HS.A.A,, P,0 Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Tony Olinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington. Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff. Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Ovuensboro, Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
Versailles. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden. Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

Subscription Rate S5.00 per year 



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K.H.S.A.A. 

TRACK AMD FIELD 

COMMITTEE MEETING 



are as follows: 

Regional tvleets: May 16 & 17. 1986 
Sectional Meets: May 24, 1986 
State Meet: May 31, 1986 

It was emphasized that all track meets be scheduled so 
as not to interfere with regular school time. 

The Committee screened the State Track Meet 
Information Sheet and discussed some revisions In the 
field events time schedule, Marty Mayer submitted a 
proposal for a different state meet format for the 
Committee to review. 

Ms. DeVrles announced that the Board of Control 
approved in their last meeting a restructure of the Track 
Committee. It was suggested that the core of the 
Committee be made up of one representative per two 
basketball regions to get equal representation throughout 
the state. These members would serve forafour-yearterm. 
The K.H S.A.A. would also select an additional four to six 
at-large members. This procedure will be in effect for the 
1986-87 school year. 

The Track Clinic dates and sites are as follows: 
February 20, 1986 — St Xavier High School - Louisville 
March 24. 1986 — Tales Creek High School - Lexington 
April 1 . 1986 — Daviess County High School - Owensboro 

All clinics are scheduled for 7:00 p.m 

There was a brief discussion regarding the 1985-86 
National Federation Track Rules changes. It was decided 
that for the Regional. Sectional and State Meets, 
competitors in the throwing events and the long and triple 
jumps will be allowed 3 trials in the preliminaries followed 
by 3 additional trials in the finals. In other meets. If the 
participating coaches agree, all competitors are allowed 
four trials. Rules 6-2-1 & 7-5-8 



The K.H. S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at the 
Association office in Lexington on January 21 . 1986. The 
meeting was called to order by Brigid L. DeVrles. Assistant 
Commissioner at 1:30 p m. 

Members present were: John Gettler. Bob Miller. Jean 
Wright, Bro. Borgia. Bill Patton. Charles Rutler, Reba 
Woodall. Susan Fetter. Larry Wingfield. Robert Stacey. 
Marty Mayer. Tony Rowe and Will Pagan 

Mr. Charles Ruter gave a short report concerning the 
Mason-Dixon Games, stating that there were about 2,000 
athletes from 90 schools scheduled to participate. There 
was also discussion on a possible change of date, location 
and format of the games. It was suggested that the 
Committee for the Mason-Dixon Games look into the 
possibility of having a similar type of games for high 
schools only. 

The first agenda Item was the new alignment recently 
approved by the Board of Control which would be in effect 
for at least two years. Ms. DeVrles explained that the 
purpose of the re-alignment was to better balance the 
regions. She also stated that the KHSAA office and the 
All-Sports Committee had compiled the new re-alignment 
from input from the participating track schools. 

The next item for discussion Included Region and 
Sectional Meets and sites. Some minor changes were 
made on the information sent to the schools. It was 
announced that the KHSAA would not absorb any deficits 
for regional and sectional meets. The dates tor the meets 



It was suggested that the All-Sports Committee survey 
the schools with regards to the addition of the 4 x 800 
meter relay. This Item will be brought up at the March 
meeting of the Board of Control. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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STATE GOLF 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

February 4, 1986 



The State Golf Committee met on February 4, 1986, at 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association office. Bill 
V.WIse. Executive Assistant called the meeting to order at 
10:00 A.M. Members attending the meeting were: Jackie 
Reed. Lou Brown. Bill Frost and Ernie Denham. Brigid L. 
DeVrles, Assistant Commissioner also attended the 
meeting. 

The first Item of business was Regional Tournament. 
There were some minor changes made in the Regional 
Tournament Information Sheets. There was a short 
discussion for possible change in format of regional 
tournaments to allow more travel time forteams having to 
travel too far to complete rounds In one day. 

Continued on Page 5 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



1986 


MARCH 


1986 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 














1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


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Baseball Clinic Q 

Bowling Green ^ 

2:00 

Basketball 

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Drawings 

Host Schools 


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and 

2:00-Newport 


Baseball Clinic H ~7 
7:30-Transy Uniw ' ' 
Lexington 


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Kentucky Assn 2 
Secondary School 
Athletic Directors 
Meeting 


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Baseball Clinic ry pr 
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ATHLETIC FIELD 
MAINTENANCE SEMINAR 




Improvement of athletic fields must begin in MARCH. Do you know what GRASSES, FERTILIZERS and 
CHEMICALS would be best and possibly cheapest Do you have a Maintenance Schedule'' Haveyou seen 
turf renovation equipment operate'' This seminar is offered to present basic information to help Improvethe 
SAFETY AND QUALITY of your game and practice fields. 

Dates and Locations: 

March 11 - Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights. 

March 12 - University of Kentucky, Lexington 

March 13 - University of Kentucky Research and Education Center, Princeton 

Daily Schedule - 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

Cost - $15 per person 

Speakers - Dr. Dwight Barkley, Eastern Kentucky University 
Dr. A. J. Powell, Jr., University of Kentucky 



Attendance Confirmation - Send note or call: 
Dr. A.J. Powell, Jr. 
Department of Agronomy 
N-222 Agr. Science Center North 



University of Kentucky 
Lexington, KY 40546-0091 
(606) 257-5606 



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FOOTBALL RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR '86 SEASON 




KANSAS CITY, MO. (January 15, 1986) — No major rules changes were made by the National Federation Football Rules 
Committee in its January 8-9 meeting in Reno, Nevada, as the committee determined that the condition of high school 
football rules has never been better. 

The committee, composed of one representative from 48 of the state member associations and representatives of the 
National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association (NFICA) and National Federation Interscholastic Officials 
Association (NFIOA), approved nine minor changes for the 1986 high school football season and identified four areas that 
need special attention in the coming season, 

"This was the fewest changes in the football rules in the 20 years I have been associated with the committee." said Dick 
Schmdler. Assistant director of the National Federation and liaison to the Football Rules Committee. "This reflects on the 
good condition of the game. The committee considered many proposals but did not make any changes that are going to 
affect the game significantly. 

"Most of the changes made this year were clarifications of the rules for benefit of officials and coaches. The committee 
determined that no radical changes were needed, and none were made" 

One of the clarifications made by the committee involves Rule 2-10-2c and emphasizes that defensive players cannot clip 
an opponent within the free-blocking zone The free-blocking zone is a rectangular zone extending laterally four yards on 
either side of the spot of the snap and three yards behind each scrimmage line. 

The committee also revised the definition of batting to include a ball in player possession. Henceforth, a team will be 
penalized 15 yards if one of its players bats (intentionally slapping a ball with the arm or hand) forward a ball in possession of 
one of Its own team's players. 

Beginning next season, each players helmet must have a visible exterior warning label regarding the risk of injury. 
Although most schools complied previously, the label now will be required. The label is part of the National Operating 
Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) standard and indicates that players have been instructed and 
understand the risks involved in the game of football. 

In other rules changes, the committee noted that a team must begin the game with 11 players but can continue with fewer if 
no substitutes are available to replace injured or disqualified players In revising Rule 1-2-3b, game administrators are now 
allowed to place a four-inch wide broken restraining line around the entire field two or more yards from the sidelines and end 
lines for control of individuals outside the team boxes. 

Other revisions made by the Football Rules Committee: 

* A new thigh guard padding specification takes effect in 1990, 

* Nonplayers cannot use insulting or vulgar language or gestures 

" Two articles were added to Rule 9-6 (Illegal Participation) and mainly consisted of providing coverage for acts not clearly 

identified previously. 

Points of emphasis for 1986 adopted by the committee were ball adjustment by the snapper, team-box restrictions, 
teammates aiding the runner and illegal helmet contract. 

Points of emphasis are determined by the committee each year in an effort to improve compliance and enforcement in 
those areas, 

"The committee felt that rules in these four areas are not being interpreted properly or not enforced uniformly in all 
situations," Schindler said "The illegal helmet contract has been an annual point of concern and cannot be emphasized 
enough." 

Approximately 15,000 National Federation member high schools offer football, involving about one million participants. 
Following are the complete rules changes for 1986: 



RULES CHANGES 

RULE SUMMARY OF CHANGE 

1-1-2 A team must begin the game with 11 players but may continue with fewer than 11, 

1-2-3b Allows game administration to place a four-inch wide broken restraining line around the entire 

field two or more yards from the sidelines and end lines, 
1-5-1a The helment of each player shall have a visible exterior warning label regarding the risk of injury, 

1-5-1g (Note) New thigh guard padding specifications goes into effect in 1990, 

2-10-2C (Note) Clarifies that defensive players may not clip within the free-blocking zone, 

2-11-3b & 9-7-3 Batting definition revised to include a ball in player possession batted forward by a player of that 

team. Penalty is 15 yards, 
9-6-5 It is illegal participation if a player is lying on the ground to deceive the opponents at or 

immediately before the snap or free kick, 
9-6-6 It is illegal participation to have 12 or more players participating at the snap or free kick, 

9-8-1a It is unsportsmanlike conduct for a nonplayer to use insulting or vulgar language or gestures. 



Bruce Howard 

Publications/ Communications Director 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 



POINTS OF EMPHASIS 



1. Ball adjustment by the snapper, 

2. Team box restrictions 

3. Teammates aiding the runner. 

4. Illegal helmet contact. 



EDITORIAL CHANGES ADOPTED 

THE FOLLOWING IS THE SIGNIFICANT ACTION TAKEN BY THE EDITORIAL COMMITTEE: Much rewriting and format 
changes have been authorized. 

1. In 1-3-4 identified that the yardage chain shall jom2 rods that are exactly 10-yardsa part. In 5-3-3 changed "outside" 
to inside to reflect this change. In the diagram changed to drawing ot the rods and chain to show the change 

2. Deleted 2nd sentence in 1-4-3 as it is covered in 7-2-lb. 

3. In 1-5-3h changed first two wards to "removable cleats" as this section pertains only to removable cleats In 1-5-3h 
Note reworded the last sentence to "has no cutting edge" 

4. Authorized editor to write a casebool< play to explain that an illegal blocking technique by a offensive lineman 
attempting a legal clip within the free-blocking zone is penalized as illegal use of hands and is not clipping 

5 The last sentence m 2-20-2 was deleted and added to 6-2-7 since the expansion is prohibited only as it appears to 
touching ol a kick m the end zone. 

6. Added "e" in 2-30-5 to clarify that succeeding spot on kickoffs is the 40-yard line for no n player and unsportsmanlike 
fouls. 

7. In 3-3-3 an addition was made to clarify that nonplayers and unsportsmanlike fouls are not considered in the 
coverage for extending a period with an untimed down. 

8. In 7-2-6 the words "Team A" were added before "lineman" to clarify a legal snap involves the Team A lineman 

9. Added the words "in or behind the neutral zone" to the forward pass summary chart item Id. This clarifies that to be 
an illegal pass the touching by the ineligible must occur in or behind the neutral zone. 

10 In 9-6-2 added "influence the play" to clarify that a replaced player or substitute could be called for illegal 
participation by influencing the play. 

11 Added "or free kick" to 10-4-4aasafoul which occurs simultaneously when a free kick is penalized from the previous 
spot. 

12. Added a sentence to Fundamental #31 to show that an ineligible could go downfield after the pass is in flight 



•HELMET WARNING LABELS 



The 1986 National Federation Baseball/Softball Rules and Football Rules require that each helmet has an exterior warning 
label, regarding the risk of injury. 

The manufacturers and reconditioners have consistently indicated that they would furnish free labels to schools upon 
request. Most football helmets should already have the warning labels but it is possible a significant number of batting 
helmets do not 

I would suggest you inform your schools of the requirement and ask them to contact their local dealers and suppliers, or the 
company that manufactured the product, if they need asupply of labels. You may wish to contact the manufacturers and get 
a supply sent directly to your association for distribution to your member schools upon request 

The National Federation is presently working to obtain a supply of labels, so we can send them to State Associations that 
can't find them anywhere else. If we are able to get these labels we anticipate they will reach our office around the first of 
March 



Continued from Page 2 

Following some minor changes made in the State 
Tournament information sheets there was a discussion of 
possible format changes in the State Tournament format- 
Some of the possible changes in the coming years that 
were discussed: (1 ) making sufficient changes in the girls' 
tournament that would make it on a par with the boys 
tournament and (2) changing the format of the boys' and 
girls' tournament that would allow the boys to play their 
tournament and then have the girls' play the following two 
days. 

Some of the concerns brought up during the 
miscellaneous business were: (1 ) the need to change golf 
from a spring sport to a fall sport (2) objection to not 
having a required rules clinic for coaches and officials (3) 
concern for the scheduling of only two days for regional 
and state tournaments in case of inclement weather and 



long travel times (4) discussion of the possibility of 
requesting a waiver of the six hour academic school day 
from the St?te Department of Education so that play could 
begin earlier in the day during regional play. Bill Frost 
brought up the fact that in the past there has been some 
dissatisfaction during the Girls' State Tournament in 
Elizabethtown because there were not enough carts 
available to facilitate the media and officials because the 
course was renting them to spectators. It was decided that 
the course would be requested to hold 7 carts tor the 
members of the press covering the tournament and for 
tournament officials to use. The course will be 
compensated for the use of these carts. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



1985 Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Kim Thompson, Montel Weeks, Susie Bair, Gina Baker, Dee Dee Scott, Cathy 
Jackson. Second Row: IVIissy Gibson, Missy Dunigan, Julie Ogger, Sara Baylor. Meg Boyd, Michelle 
Mullins, Tammi Ward. 



1985 Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 

GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Missy Conley, Joanie Price, Kellie Wells, Susan Burgess, Missy Wells. Back 
Row: Annette Steele, Krista Jessie, Tonya Colegrove, Johnna Jamison, Lesley Bradley. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



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PROPOSAL 48 - NEW NCAA REGULATION PASSES 

Effective immediately, incoming students to an NCAA member 
institution who wish to immediately participate in intercollegiate 
athletics at the Division I level must have maintained a 2.0 grade 
point average in a core curriculum including at least three years 
English, two years math, two years social science, and two years of 
physical or natural science; as well as having attained a 700 combined 
score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a 15 composite score on 
the ACT; and be a high school graduate. 

When the full body of the NCAA Convention passed the rule at its 
January meeting, it passed the by-law, as amended to phase in the 
requirements over a two year period. The amendment stated that 
eligibility may be attained for incoming athletes after August 1, 1985 
and prior to August 1, 1987 by one of five possible combinations -- 



G.P.A. 



and 



SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 



2.2 and above 


560 


2.100-2.199 


580 


2.000-2.099 


700 


1.900-1.999 


720 


1.800-1.899 


740 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



For students entering on or after August 1, 1987 and prior to August 1, 
1988, the scale allows three possible combinations -- 



G.P.A. and 



SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 



2.1 and above 



2.000.2. 
1.900-1. 



999 
999 



680 
700 
720 



14 
15 
16 



The By-Law, which follows By-Law 5-1- (j), on pages 92 & 93 of the NCAA 
Handbook, also allowed for an exception which states, "An exception may 
be granted by the NCAA Eligibility Committee for a student who left 
high school after completion of his junior year or during his senior 
year to enter a member institution under an early admissions program 
open to students solely on the basis of outstanding academic 
performance and promise, and provided that for the last four semesters 
completed in high school, the student maintained an accumulative grade 
point average of 3.5 (based on a maximum of 4.0) and ranked in the top 
20 percent of the students class, and that the student met all of the 
requirements of a qualifier except for graduation from high school." 

Should you have any questions, or desire an interpretation, contact the 
Athletic Department of the NCAA member closest to you. In Kentucky- 
Bellarmine, Centre, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky (University of), 
Kentucky State, Kentucky Wesleyan, Louisville, Morehead State, Murray 
State, Northern Kentucky, and Western Kentucky are member institutions. 



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NOTICE TO BASEBALL/SOFTBALL OFFICIALS 

One big change for this year's playing rules is the requirement that 
in addition to the batter, all runners, on deck batters, and all 
players in the coaches box must wear a NOCSAE approved helmet, and the 
helmet must have the appropriate warning label affixed to the outside 
in a visible location. No coach should allow helmets to be used that 
are not NOCSAE approved. This is not optional, this is mandatory. The 
warning labels may be requested from sporting goods stores in your 
area, of from the manufacturer from who you purchased your helmets. 



N.H.S.A.C.A. TO HOLD SUMMER MEETING FOR 22nd TIME 

The National High School Athletic Coaches Association will hold its 
22nd annual summer meeting on June 21-27, 1985 at the Sheraton Twim 
Towers Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Events include seminars in 
Athletics, Drug Programs, and Sports Medicine for the first four days 
of the meeting, with the National Athletic Clinic set for June 25-27. 
Special events include the Booster Clubs Awards Luncheon on June 25, 
the N.H.S.A.C.A. National Awards Banquet on June 27, the All America 
Prep Cross-Country Championships on June 23-24, and the All America 
Prep Golf National Championships on June 24-25. For further 
information, contact N.H.S.A.C.A., 3423 East Silver Springs Boulevard, 
Suite 9, Ocala, FL, 32570; or phone (904)522-3550. 



REGIONAL PARTICIPANTS TAKE TEAM PICTURES TO REGIONAL MEETING 

One of the problems that arises each year with the production of the 
game program for any K.H.S.A.A. State event, but particularly, the 
Sweet 16 Tournament is the submission of team pictures. This year, 
all district winners and runners up are to take their game picture, 
roster of the team, and a left to right identification of the players 
in the team picture, to the regional tournament draw meeting. The 
manager will then forward the pictures to the Association. If the 
regional tournament is also producing a program, please take two copies 
of all information to the meeting, one for the regional use, and the 
other for the use of the K.H.S.A.A. If every school will cooperate, 
this process should produce much more efficient results. 



SCHOOLS REMINDED TO CALL-IN DISTRICT, REGION SCORES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association depends very much on 
the media to keep us informed on the scores in district and regional 
tournaments. Your school can benefit greatly by calling in your scores 
to one of these media outlets -- the Courier Journal, (800)292-3570, or 
call collect at (502)582-4351 if the 800 number is busy; the Lexington 
Herald Leader (606)231-3225 (call collect); Associated Press, 
(800)292-3560; or United Press International (800)572-7580. These 
calls take only a very few seconds, but afford your school excellent 
free publicity. District and regional managers are asked to call in 
all scores to one of these numbers. 



OPEN DATES FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS 



New Madrid County Central High School, New Madrid, Missouri, has 
openings for September 5 and September 19, this fall. Would like to 
sign contract for home and home series. Contact Coach Mike Barnes, at 
(314) 688-2562. Christian County High School has an open football 
date on Oct.ober 10. Contact Athletic Director Wilton Gant at (502) 
887-1100. Washington County needs a home game on September 6. 
Contact Coach Tom Hamilton at (606) 336-3996. Corbin High School 
has open dates Sept. 12, 19 and 26, and Oct. 3, 10, and 24. Call 
(606) 528-3902. Franklin County High School needs 
5, 19 and 26, and Oct. 17. Contact Coach Dearborn at 
Harrison County High School needs games on Sept. 
Contact Coach Graham at (606) 234-4382 or at home 
Lafayette High School needs game on Sept. 12 and 
Contact Coach Fee (605) 278-7103 or at home (606) 223-3002. 
High School (TN) needs game on October 3. Contact Jeff 
Coal Grove (OH), near Ashland, needs a game 
13. Contact David Waller, A.D., at 532-6345 or 



Coach Adams at 
games on Sept. 
(502) 695-4155. 
19 and Oct. 17 
(606) 234-1631. 
Oct. 24. 
Whitehouse 
Porter (615)672-3762 
on September 12 or 



532-5833. Clay County needs a game August 29. Contact Coach 
Hensley (606)598-3737. Simon Kenton needs a game September 12. 
Call Coach Jim Dougherty or A.D. Joe Stark (606)356-3541, or 355-6622 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are the starting dates for the K. M.S. A. A. sponsored 
events, along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Allowed 


Finals 
(Tentative 


Soccer 


July 20 


Sept. 1 


6-20 


Nov. 1 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 1 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Nov. 1 


Football 


July 30 


Aug. 29 


11 


Nov. 28-29 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



These dates are corresponding to the 1985-86 calendar, and are current 
as per the 1985-86 Constitution and By-Laws. Dates for 1986-87 
championships are tentative. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Effective with this year, 1986, officials in baseball, basketball, 
football, soccer, softball, track, volleyball, and wrestling will be 
required to re-register between May 1, 1986 and June 30, 1986. 
New officials will still be permitted to register until the current 
deadlines. Registration forms will be mailed during April to all 
currently registered officials. If your address is not correct or you 
have had trouble receiveing mailings, magazines, etc. from this office, 
you should contact Ms. Pruitt immediately to have her double check your 
address. Officials not re-registering during the May-June period 
will be assessed a $25.00 late charge in addition to the normal fees 
required. There will be no waivers from this policy or fee. 

If you do not receive your re-registration form prior to June 1, you 
should contact this office immediately. Non-receipt of information 
will not be an acceptable reason for waiver of the late fee. 

The new registration schedule is due in part to a new reciprocal 
agreement between the states adjacent to Kentucky in an effort to allow 
the ratings, years service, and other items, to transfer from one state 
to another. 



The procedure to register in multiple states is 
with the High School Athletic Association in yo 
Pay the normal fee required for registrants in 
then must pay a $10.00 multiple state regis 
entitles you to officiate contests in all state 
multiple state agreement. You will be requ 
additional fees for registration, other than thos 
by a local officials association as dues. Rati 
and all other pertinent information will 
participatin states upon receipt of the $10.00 
questions, please contact K.H.S.A.A. Executive Ass 



as follows -- Register 
ur state of residence. 

your home state. You 
tration fee. This fee 
s participating in the 
ired to pay no other 
e that may be assessed 
ngs, years of service, 
be forwarded to all 

fee. If you have any 
istant Billy Wise. 



Below is pictured the card that will be issued. The actual card will 
be a multi-colored card. The states honoring the agreement are 
Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, West Virginia and Ohio. 




1986-87 

MULTIPLE STATE 
RECIPROCAL REGISTRATION 



Officials Name: 



Home State Registration 



Executive Officer Signature 



Tills registration certifies officiating eiigibiiity in ttie 
sport(s) and states listed on the reverse side of this card. 



The official listed on the reverse side is 
registered in the following sport(s) 



Baseball Basltetbaii Field Hockey Swimming Ice Hockey Gym (B) (G) 
Softball Football Soccer Track Volleyball Wrestling 



(CROSS OUT THOSE NOT INCLUDED) 

The following states participate in this reciprocal agreement; 
Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia. 



Fee: $10.00 par sport in addition to home state registration 



ANNUAL RENEWAL PERIOD 

MAY 1 - JUNE 30 

This Card Expires June 30. 1987 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



1985 BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 

GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 



1985 GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 
TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (Left to Right): Kelly Earwood, Tom! Marklns, 
Tonya Cochran. Second Row: Lauren Hall, Nickl Bates, 
Terri Johnson, LInette Woodard, Laura Kouns. Third Row: 
Angle Womach, Beth Ann Garthee, Robin Green, Tonya 
McGuire, Mishauna Glore. 



Front Row Sifting (Left to Right): Shelley Mahle, Dolly 
Norvell. Back Row: Toni Griffith, Tracey Mattingly, Yavon 
Griffin, Kim Copeland, Lynn Duncan. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 



Participating cheerleader and sponsor regis- 
tration: all cheerleading squads and/or sponsors 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
Interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality 
Room for participating cheerleaders. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with 
your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with yoursponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of a KAPOS officer prior to the time that your 
cheerleaders take the floor. 



Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to com pete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills Award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive atrophy, 
with the third and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques. In addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament cheer- 
leading squads and their sponsors are asked to be 
located close to the playing floorso they can easily 
come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR COLLINS DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. 
We don't believe that good citizens need to be 
reminded to exemplify good sportsmanship. 
However, it is especially fitting at tournament time 
to remind all citizens that it is a privilege to be able to 
attend the games and that each individual can 
contribute to the success of the tournament if he will 
abide by the KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed 
proclaimed by Governor Collins. The Governor's 
proclamation is on display at the KAPOS table. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate wi^h their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn the girls' varsity winner and the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 29, in 
the Warren Central High School Gymnasium, 559 
Morgantown Road, Bowling Green. Judging for the 
Boys' State-At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 
A.M., on Saturday, March 22, at Memorial Coliseum. 
Lexmgton. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission charge of $2.00 
will go toward the expenses of KAPOS scholarship 
award, details of which are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacherfrom his or 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is 
doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to outstanding cheerleaders from 
Kentucky. In 1985, KAPOS awarded four $1,000 
scholarships to well-deserving cheerleaders. One of 
your cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship 
winner, so get your applications in early. 
Applications must be turned in no later than April 
30. Contact a KAPOS board member or officer for 
application forms, or pick them up at the State 
Tournament KAPOS Table. 



Be A Good 
Sport 




Back Your 
School 



PORTRAITS 

by James J. Metcalf 

Cheerleaders seem to have such fun 

As they jump up and down 

To draw/ the roars that often help 

The team achieve renown. 

And surely they enjoy it but 

It is not childish play 

For they must practice their routines 

For hours, day by day. 

Their task requires patience and 

A lot of energy 

To get the stands to yell or sing 

In perfect harmony. 

They go all out to boost morale 

That may decide the game 

But ask no recognition, and 

Acquire little fame. 

And so it should be all through life 

To bring a brighter dawn 

Good cheer that somehow may 

Help someone to carry on. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



PAGE NINE 



9 



1986 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

SOFTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 32-5-2-1— Replace heading of Article 1 with the following 
ARTICLE 1 "Time" shall be called by the umpire and play is 
suspended when: 

Page 34-6-2-2— Delete 'Exposed ■ 

Page 41-7-3-2— Replace the word "entire" with the word 'either' 

and add the word completely" after the word "ground ' 

Case Book & Umpires Manual 

Page 21-Last line of paragraph 3— Change "first" to "fist " 

Page 24-Under observing bases in item 2-Delete word "batter " 

Page 41-3 3 1e— Should be 2 3.1e 

Page 43-2 8 2e Ruling— After words "it is" insert word "not" and 

after word "may" insert word ""not "" Delete ""if not caught" at end of 

last sentence. 

Page 45-3 l.lg— Delete entire play 

Page 51-5.1 Ik— In play delete "'or is intentionally touched by"" 

Delete entire ruling and replace with ""A thrown or batted fair ball 

which hits any photographer or other media personnel or their 

equipment will be treated as a rebounding live ball if it remains in 

playing territory " 

Page 52-5 lip— Change rule reference ""5 1 1i"" to ""5 11k"" 

Page 53-5,2 2a— Delete entire play 

Page 54-6 1 1c— Between end of ruling and rule reference add 

"illegal pitch. All runners advance one base and ball called on 

batter "" 

Page 54-6 1 2b— Change play number to "6,1 12b "" 

Page 59-7 4 a— In ruling delete "the half-inning ends or before the 

time of the next pitch" and replace with "being tagged out or 

thrown out "' 

Page 60-61-8,1 lb— In second line of ruling change "should" to 

"could." 

Page 65-8 3,2a— Replace first sentence of ruling with the following 

"The umpire shall signal an immediate dead ball when the 

infraction by F5 occurs, award home to R1 and allow R2 to remain 

at third," 

Page 65-8, 3, 2b— Delete entire play 

Page 71-8 4 2m— In ruling change ""(b)" to ""(c)"" and '"(c)"" to "(b) "' 

SITUATION #1: B1 appears at bat wearing a helmet that does not 

bear an exterior warning label, and is detected by the umpire, 

RULING: The umpire will require the batter to secure a legal 

helmet 1-1-5 

SITUATION #2: 81 appears at bat wearing a helmet that bears an 

exterior warning label, but the helmet does not have the NOCSAE 

stamp Since the coach verified to the umpire-in-chiet during the 

pre-game coaches/umpires conference that his players were 

dressed in compliance with the rules, this shall include batting 

helmets, 

RULING: The helmet is legal only if the coach has verification that 

the helmet was manufactured after July 22, 1982, and that it meets 

NOCSAE standards, 1-1-5 

SITUATION #3: The coach of the defensive team asks the umpire to 

inspect the batting helmets worn by runners occupying first and 

second base 

RULING: Umpires are not required to inspect helmets However, if 

an umpire detects a helmet without an exterior warning label, that 

player shall obtain a legal helmet 1-1-5 

SITUATION #4: As B1 steps into the batter"s box. the umpire 

notices that Bis helmet does not bear an exterior warning label. 

RULING: The umpire shall order the player to obtain a legal helmet, 

and then the umpire shall warn the player"s coach that the next 

player to violate the rule shall be ejected 1-1-5 

SITUATION #5: Prior to the game, or during the game, the coach 

notices that the warning label on one of his team"s batting helmets 

has come off and is not to be found 

RULING: The coach may affix the proper warning label to the 

helmet"s exterior, which would then be in compliance with the rule. 

1-1-5 

SITUATION #6: The coach goes to a sporting goods store to obtain 

exterior warning labels for his team"s helmets. However, the 

sporting goods dealer does not have any exterior warning labels 

available, or does not know what he should do to obtain any. 

RULING: If exterior warning labels are not available through local 

dealers and suppliers, the coach should contact the manufacturer 

If he is still unable to obtain a supply of labels, he should contact his 

state association and let them know of the problem In an 

emergency situation, in order for helmets to meet the rule 

requirements, so that they can be used in a game, a coach may wish 

to have exterior labels prepared by using the suggested NOCSAE 

warning statement DO NOT USE THIS HELMET IF THE SHELL IS 

CRACKED OR DEFORMED OR IF INTERIOR PADDING IS 

DETERIORATED. SEVERE HEAD OR NECK INJURY, 

INCLUDING PARALYSIS OR DEATH, MAY OCCUR TO YOU 

DESPITE USING THIS HELMET. NO HELMET CAN PREVENT 



ALL HEAD INJURIES OR ANY NECK INJURIES A PLAYER 
MIGHT RECEIVE WHILE PARTICIPATING IN BASEBALL OR 
SOFTBALL. 1-1-5, NOCSAE Manual 

SITUATION #7: The umpire observes F2 wearing a loose-fitting 

bracelet Upon closer examination, the umpire discovers that the 

bracelet describes F2's diabetic condition 

RULING: The umpire will instruct F2 to securely tape the bracelet 

to the wrist in such a way that it is visible, but so that it does not pose 

a potential danger to other players Medical alert bracelets and 

necklaces are not considered jewelry 1-1-6 Note 

SITUATION #8: While taking her warmup pitches, the umpire 

notices F1 wearing a medical alert bracelet on her pitching hand Is 

F1 allowed to continue wearing the medical alert bracelet on the 

pitching hand'' 

RULING: If a medical alert bracelet is to be worn by the pitcher, it 

shall be worn on the nonpitching hand 1-1-6 Note 

SITUATION #9: Prior to the game, the coach of the visiting team 

informs the umpire-in-chief that he does not wish to play the game 

on bases with tapered edges, 

RULING: If the bases are two-five inches thick and meet other 

National Federation rule specifications, the bases are legal. 

therefore, the game shall be played 1-3-1 

SITUATION #10: With no outs, and R1 on third and R2 on second, 

B4 hits down the left field line, R2 maliciously runs over F5 as R1 

touches home plate, 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately If R2 initiated malicious 

contact with F5 before R1 touched home plate, then R2 is out and 

ejected, and R1 would have to return to third base If R2 initiated 

malicious contact after R1 had touched home plate. R1"s run would 

count 2-5-3. 3-3-1 -f 

SITUATION #11: With one out. and R1 at first base stealing on the 

pitch, B2 hits a high fly ball to center field, R1 maliciously runs over 

F4 |ust before F8 makes the catch 

RULING:R1 is declared out and ejected for maliciouscontact B2's 

out would stand 2-5-3 

SITUATION #12: With the bases loaded, B4 singles R1 scores, 

then maliciously runs over F2, 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately Rl-s run would count and 

he would be ejected for unsportsmanlike behavior 2-5-3, 3-1-1-f 

SITUATION #13: The double first base, adopted by the state 

association, is being used in a game 81 hits a ball to F6 Does 81 

run to the orange base or white base'' 

RULING: On an initial play at first base, the batter runs to the 

orange base while the fielder uses the white base, 1-3-1 

SITUATION #14: B1 hits a line shot over the orange base of a 

double first base. Is the ball fair or fouf 

RULING: The ball is foul. The white base is used to determine fair 

and foul balls 1-3-1 

COMMENT: A fast pitch pitching technique known as the "drag" is 

illegal in high school Softball, because it offers the pitcher an 

unfair advantage, which is not the intent of the rules It is physically 

impossible to keep the pivot foot in contact with the pitcher's plate 

when delivering a pitch, and a pitcher should not be penalized 

However, the stride foot should be on the ground before the pivot 

foot is dragged away from the plate 6-1-4 

SITUATION #15: In the third inning. SI tells the umpire that she is 

going in for F6 The umpire notices that SI is wearing an artificial 

arm Is SI permitted to play'' 

RULING: If the prosthesis is padded and there are no exposed 

metal orany other hard materials it is legal. The umpire shall decide 

whether or not a prosthesis is legal, 1-1-10 

SITUATION #16: Both balls get put into play in the top of the first 

inning Does the pitcher of the visiting team get her choice of balls 

when she takes the field? 

RULING: No She would have her choice only if both balls did not 

gel put into play, 4-1-4 

SITUATION #17: By the end of the second inning, both balls have 

been used In the top of the third inning, after two warmup pitches, 

F1 asks the plate umpire for the other ball, 

RULING: F1 may request the other ball before taking her warmup 

pitches by giving the ball in her possession to the plate umpire. In 

this case, the request for the other ball would be denied 4-1-4 

SITUATION #18: If a ball is hit out of play, is the pitcher allowed to 

wait until It IS returned'' 

RULING: No. the umpire will provide F1 with another ball 4-1-4 

SITUATION #19: With R1 on second and R2 on first. 83 hits a 

ground ball to F6 who IS maliciously run over by R1 DoesR2 return 

to first base as a result of the penalty for malicious contacf 

RULING: No Normally. R2 would be returned to first base, the base 

occupied at the time of the pitch However, in this case, 83 

occupies first base. Therefore, R2 is advanced one base. 8-4-2-m, 

3-3-1 -e 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 




REGISTERED 
BASEBALL 
OFFICIALS 



(Phone numbers will be 

available by request from 

K.H.S.A.A.) 



Name 

Scott Abney 
Gary Wade Akins 
Carlton Lee Alexander 
Cliffe Allen 
Jonathan Paul Allen 
Larry J. Allison 
David F. Alman 
Jotin Paul Amis 
Gary Ray Applegate 
Tracy Arflm, II 
Mikie L Asti 
Dwight Lea Austin 
Charles E. Bailey 
James Loren Ball 
Bradley Barker 
Jack K Barker 
Norman D Barker 
Phillip E. Barnard 
Charles A Barnett 
J.R, Bates 
James F Seal 
Daniel F. Beavers 
Richard R. Behymer 
Ronald Keith Bell. Sr, 
Ronnie D, Bennett 
Michael W- Berryman 
Ronald L. Bertsch 
Elmer Bishop 
Joseph Boarman 
Joseph D. Bogar 
Roy Bogar 
Terry Lee Bond 
Ron Brady 
Alan G Breeden 
Preston E Brewer 
Barry Brown 
Thomas O. Bryant 
Timothy W. Buerger 
James M, Bugg 
Wally M. Burdette 
Richard N. Burgess 
Phillip C Burkeen 
William J. Burnett 
David N Butcher 
Jeffrey M, Carlberg 
Robert W. Carlton 
Banner Castle 
Charles L. Childers 
Barry Clardy 
Gerald L. Clark 
Eugene Clem 
Clarence R Coleman 
Fred D Collins 
John E. Combs 
Jerry T. Compton 
Mark R. Conley 
Fred Cooper 
James L. Cox 
Dwaine Crick 
Fred M, Crittenden 
Jerry Wayne Croley 
Bob Cull 



City 

Erianger 

Burgin 

Brownsville 

Bardstown 

Bardstown 

Carlisle 

Franklin 

Buckhorn 

Tollesboro 

Radchff 

Fort Polk 

Bowling Green 

Flatwoods 

Louisville 

Bulan 

McRoberts 

Bulan 

London 

Louisville 

Whitesburg 

Campbellsville 

Princeton 

Brooksville 

Lexington 

Uniontown 

Stanton 

Southgate 

Waynesburg 

Philpot 

Hardy 

Canada 

Crestview 

Florence 

Louisville 

Metropolis 

Nicholasville 

Louisville 

Elsmere 

Henderson 

Louisville 

Bardwell 

Bowling Green 

Clarksburg 

Meally 

Muldraugh 

Owensboro 

Louisa 

Stanton 

Greenville 

Fort Knox 

Winchester 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Berea 

Lancaster 

Ashland- 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Nortonville 

Radcliff 

Williamsburg 

Owenton 



Name 

Mike Curnutte 
John F. Daniels 
Jay W. Davis 
Jeff Davis 
Jon 8. Dawson 
Jack L. Day 
Milford E. Deaver 
Lonny A. Demaree 
Edward G Denham 
J Roger Dill 
Mac L. Dossett 
Scott J. Dotson 
John E. Drake, II 
James E. Dwyer, Jr. 
William L. East 
Ken D, Edwards 
Gary Emberton 
John Lee Emberton 
Michael B. Embry 
Walter R Estes 
Ronnie B Evans 
R.M Fields 
Steven A Finch 
Robert E. Flickinger 
William Fogle 
John W Ford 
Perry N Forsythe 
Michael D Foulks 
Charlie L. Fraley 
Louis S. Frankel 
Glen French, Jr. 
Jeff Frese 
Charles Fuchs 
Charles R. Gabriel 
Chris Gaddis 
Bobby L Gardner 
Damon D Gayheart 
Herman T, Gent 
Gary F. Gibson 
Henry Gilenwater 
Donald Gilmore 
Donald P. Green 
Don Grey 
Gregory S Gumm 
Wayne Gwaltney 
Charles David Hale 
Dean Hardin 
Thomas S, Harkleroad 
Michael Harness 
Ronnie Harper 
Vaughn Hatcher 
Robert L Heaberlm 
William S. Heaberlin 
Charles A, Henderson 
Tony A. Henry 
Don R. Henson 
Terry L. Herbstreith 
James P. Higgms, Sr. 
W. Gerard Hilliard 
Louis E. Hiipp 
Billy Hilton 
C.V. "Chod" Hobbs. Jr. 



City 

Greensburg 

Clearfield 

Princeton 

Winchester 

Louisville 

Central City 

Vine Grove 

Lexington 

Berea 

Earlington 

Marion 

Owensboro 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Hopkmsville 

Campbellsville 

Tompkinsville 

Owensboro 

Morgantown 

Owensboro 

Russell 

Fulton 

Louisville 

Glasgow 

Mt, Sterling 

Fort Knox 

Penrod 

Highlands Heights 

Radchff 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Wilmore 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Owensboro 

Harrodsburg 

Allen 

Middlesboro 

Louisville 

Ironton 

Hopkinsville 

Mayfield 

Louisville 

Greensburg 

Murray 

Wellington 

Morehead 

Berea 

Nicholasville 

Powderly 

Williamsburg 

Ashland 

Flatwoods 

Hopkmsville 

Bowling Green 

Ledbetter 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Springfield 

Ashland 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Baseball Ollicials Continued 
Name 

Larry Joe Horn 
Nebert Horn 
Charles H, Hoskins, III 
Joe Danny Houchens 
Donald Houchin 
Michael L. Hudnall 
Harold J Hunter 
Gary Ingraham 
Charles Jachimczuk 
Stephen A. Jackson 
Ronald L. Jarboe 
Burney R. Jenkins 
Jack J. Johnson 
Kenneth W. Johnson 
Larry Johnson 
W, Lynn Johnson 
Andrew K. Joyce 
R. Lynn Kearney 
Russ Kennedy 
Curtis R. King 
James A, King 
Russell F, King 
Gary Wayne Kistner 
Jerry Kleitz 
Joseph C Klueplel 
William R. Klump 
William F, Kolodey 
Joseph S Kordenbrock 
Robert H, Kouns 
Gerald I. Lair 
Gerald E Lambert 
Edward C Latham, Jr 
Richard H. Latimer 
Kenneth E. Leggett, Jr. 
Gary M Lester 
Gregory Linton 
Charles W. Logsdon 
Michael Lusk 
Lester F. Lynch 
Robert V, Maddox 
Ron Marietta 
Chuck Martin 
Arthur Mathews 

Martin H. Matusiak 

Richard E, Maxey 
John McCloud 

Connell McCowan 

Billy McGuire, Jr. 

Thomas A. McHaruge 

Larry L. McMillm 

Larry David McNeil 

Charles E. Meade, Jr. 

Glendale Meredith 

John F. Meyers 

Charles M. Miles 

Bill Milton 

Bennie Moberly 

Billy G Montgomery 

Henry Moon 

Phillip Moore 

Keith P. Morgan 

Richard Morgan 

Edward C. Morris 

Donnie R Morrison 

David Mosley 

Larry G. Mulberry 

Rafford G. Mullins 

William Mullins 

Thomas E. Myers 

Richard C. Nash 

Michael L. Nelligan 

Jeffery K. Newsome 



City 

Inez 

Inez 

Madisonville 

Glasgow 

Brownsville 

Bowling Green 

Radhff 

Louisville 

Flatwoods 

Glencoe 

Louisville 

Georgetown 

Union 

Morehead 

Ashland 

Morehead 

Pikeville 

Campbellsville 

Frankfort 

Owensboro 

Jeffersontown 

Williamson 

Ashland 

Louisville 
Madisonville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Hebron 

South Partsmouth 

Monticellow 

Williamson 

Louisville 

Jeffersonville 

Madisonville 

Monticello 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bardstown 

Elizabethtown 

Dry Ridge 

Frankfort 

Beaver Dam 

Henderson 

Elizabethtown 

Somerset 

Winchester 

Corbin 

Hopkinsville 

Bedford 

LaGrange 

Flatwoods 

Hazard 

Bee Spring 

Maysville 

Ashland 

Murray 

Lexington 

Harrodsburg 

Lexington 

Bowling Green 

Corbin 

London 

Florence 

Russell Springs 

London 

Lovelaceville 

Bedford 

Elkhorn City 

Fort Knox 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Virgie 



Name 

Larry L Newsome 
Roger Nix 
Thomas Norwood 
Joseph Eddie O'Bryan 
Robert L. Osborne 
Bennie G. Owens 
Israel Pardue 
Ronald Parker 
Cecil Edward Parkey 
Larry Payne 
Richard Peace 
Terry Peckenpaugh 
Joe D Pelphrey 
Dave Penick 
Merntt D. Penner, Jr 
James E. Phillippi 
Frank D. Pierce, Jr. 
James H. Piercy, Jr 
Paul Pietrowski 
Joe Pigg 

Joseph C, Ponchot 
Sam Pozdol 
John L. Pratt 
Jim Price 

James Puckett 

Jeffrey G. Puckett 
Walter R. Purkins 

Jimmie R. Radford 

Edward W. Rail 

Wade Rasner 

Ray V. Read 

Harry F. Reif 

Randall C. Riddle 

Bart Rison 

Paul Z. Rogers 

Tommy Runyon 

Thomas Ralph Salyer 

John D. Salyers 

Tim Sammons 

Greg Sandel 

Ronnie Sanford 

Raymond Michael Scha 

Edward J. Schmuck 

Scott E. Schmuck 

Paul J. Scott 

W.L, (Bill) Scott 

Willie L. Scott 

Keith B. Shartzer 

Rick Shaw 

John W. Shepherd 

Bill L. Short 

Carl W. Shoupe 

Joe C. Shown 

Charles L. Sibert, Jr 

Ron Simmons 

Earsie L. Simpson 

John S. Smart 

Benny L. Smith 

Burton E. Smith 

Horace B. Smith 

James Darryl Smith 

James E. Smith 

Jeffrey Lee Smith 
Shelby Southers 
Scott D. Spahr 
J. Randall Spalding 
Bobby N. Spears 
Terry L. Spears 
Britt Spillman 
Vickie E. Stacy 
Ricky Stamper 



City 

Ashland 

Madisonville 

Franklin 

Owensboro 

Owenton 

Elkhorn City 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Middlesboro 

Owensboro 

Pineville 

Henderson 

Prestonsburg 

Union 

Thousandsticks 

Bowling Green 

Clarksville 

Ashland 

Corbin 

Paintsville 

Erianger 

Willisburg 

Viper 

Greenville 

Mt Washington 

Mayfield 

Louisville 

Burkesville 

Danville 

Booneville 

Richmond 

Campbellsville 

Morehead 

Irvine 

Stanton 

Belfry 
Flat Gap 
Erianger 

South Shore 
Erianger 
Louisville 
efer Louisville 

Elizabethtown 

Elizabethtown 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Tollesboro 

Rush 

Ashland 

Benham 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Lexington 

APO Miami 

Hardinsburg 

Manchester 

Barbourville 

Madisonville 

Ashland 

Fairborn 

Lexington 

Louisa 

Paducah 

Springfield 

Virgie 

Virgie 

Wingo 

LaGrange 

Mallie 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1986 



Baseball Ollicials Continued 

Name 

Barry Stephens 
James E Stethen 
Derek Stewart 
Jackie Ray Stiltner 
Franklin Stivers 
Sidney P Stone 
Micky Strader 
Rictiard P. Strain 
William W, Straus 
Larry G Sturgeon 
Garry W Sweets 
Gene Talbert 
George Herman Taylor 
Jim Taylor 
Joseph Lynn Taylor 
Thomas M Temple 
Michael A. Thomas 
Paul Thomas 
Daniel W. Thompson 
Russell J, Thompson 
Gary E. Thornberry 
R. Steve Tinsley 
Jerry L. Tolliver 
William L. Travis 
Roy M. Turley, Jr. 
Cecil W. Turner 
Keenan V. Turner 
Scotty D, Turner 
Sonny D Turner 
Don C Tye 



City 

Owensboro 

Bedford 

Maysville 

Elkhorn City 

London 

Morganfield 

Greenville 

Radcliff 

Lexington 

Freeburn 

Henderson 

Danville 

Russellville 

Campbellsville 

Barbourville 

Crestwood 

Campbellsville 

Ashland 

Uniontown 

South Shore 

Lawrenceburg 

Bowling Green 

Whitesburg 

Winchester 

Winchester 

Louisville 

Somerset 

Tompkinsville 

Tompkinsville 

Frankfort 



Name 

William J Uriage 
Ben Vest 
Charles O. Wade 
Roger Layne Wagoner 
Andre T. Wallace 
Timothy D. Wallin 
Jamie D. Washer 
Douglas Webb 
Ronald C. Webster 
Donald L. Welton 
Jo H Westcott, Jr 
Edwin L. Westphal 
David A White 
Donald J. White 
Mark Whitehead 
Donald L. Williams 
Gary L. Williams 
James A. Williams 
Burford W. Williams, Jr. 
Larry E. Wilson 
Larry W. Wilson 
Felix G. Wingfield, III 
Felix G Wingfield, IV 
Robert M Wixson 
Eric Wolf 
Gwin L. Wood 
William P. Woodard 
William Travis Woosley 
Bruce Wren 
John David Wright 



City 

Fort Thomas 

Danville 

Elizabethtown 

Williamstown 

Lexington 

Ashland 

Murray 

Mayking 

Morgantown 

APO San Francisco 

Brush Creek 

Louisville 

Madisonville 

Loyall 

Henderson 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Bowling Green 

Jackson 

Erianger 

Shelbyville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Monticello 

LaGrange 

Fulton 

Hopkinsville 

Morganfield 

Louisville 

Lexington 




Name 

Carlton Lee Alexander 
Donald Alexander 
John Paul Amis 
Ron Anderson 
Mikie L. Ash 
Joe L. Asher 
Garry A. Bagby 
Suella Baggett 
Darell Wayne Baker 
Denny Baldwin 
Philip Ball 
Susan Barlow 
Paul Beamus, Jr. 
Michael L Bell 
Ronnie D Bennett 
Joseph Boarman 
Billy J Bollinger 
Thomas P Boyd 
Claude Brownfield 
Anthony Browning 
Jimmy W Bryant 
Phillip C. Burkeen 
Jerry R Bush 
Kay Bush 
Edgar Caldwell, Jr 
Dexter L. Campbell 
Mike Campbell 
Roy Caudill 



REGISTERED 
SOFTBALL 
OFFICIALS 

(Phone numbers will be 

available by request from 

K.H.S.A.A.) 

City 

Brownsville 

Milton 

Buckhorn 

Louisville 

Fort Polk 

Manchester 

Greensburg 

Middlesboro 

Knifley 

Louisville 

Middlesboro 

Glendale 

Louisville 

Glendale 

Uniontown 

Philpot 

Owensboro 

LaGrange 

Fort Wright 

Bee Springs 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Louisville 

Glasgow 

Helton 

Ulvah 

Covington 

Shepherdsville 



Cindy Chipps 
Barry Clardy 
Gerald L. Clark 
James M. Clark 
Cathy Clarke 
John E. Combs 
Fred Cooper 
James E Crick 
Fred M. Crittenden 
Glenn Crittenden 
Steve Cunningham 
Mike Curnutte 
Jay W. Davis 
William E Davis 
Kent Dillingham 
Morris Durbin 
Orville Dean Dyke 
Phyllis J. Everly 
Jerry W. Fields 
Charlie L. Fraley 
George T. Gordon 
Roy T. Gordon 
Donna J. Gosney 
John A. Graham 
Roger Gayle Graves 
Larry A. Gritton 
Thomas S. Harkleroad 
Ronnie Harper 
Stewart D. Hawkins 
James V. (Pete) Hayes 
Terry L. Herbstreith 
Phyllis Hillard 
Donald Houchin 
Linda Howard 
Roy S. Hughes 
Carlos M. Hume 
Billy Joe Idol, Sr 
Janice James 
Kenneth W. Johnson 



Brooks 

Greenville 

Fort Knox 

Winchester 

Glasgow 

Berea 

Louisville 

Greenville 

Radcliff 

Covington . . 

Fort Thomas 

Greensburg 

Princeton 

Louisville 

Dawson Springs 

Louisville 

Pleasureville 

Central City 

Maysville 

Radcliff 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Fort Thomas 

Lexington 

Stamping Ground 

Oneida 

Berea 

Powderly 

Bardstown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Annville 

Brownsville 

Elizabethtown 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Middlesboro 

Glasgow 

Morehead 

Continued in March Issue 





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SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1986 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




Front Row (Left to Rigtit): Mary Cummins, Danielle Dostal, Julie Berger, Michelle Marviner, Tammy Jacl(son, Katie Oataky, Liz 
Miller, Lisa Hubbuch, Leigti Ann Fetter, Dorsey Tierney. Back Row: Laura Ridge, Melanie Greer, Maria Kaufmann, Melissa 
Drelis. Tara Hubbuch, Stacie Conliffe, Eileen Sampey, Laura Profumo, Lora Shostle, Amy Barrett. Mandy Snider, Krisia 
Hubbuch, Amy Barker, Joanna Rigc? 3eth Grohmann, Mary Tierney-Coach. 



ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1986 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




Front Row (Left to Right): Kevin Retry, John Cyganiewicz, Toney Leonard, Jason Brokaw, Matt Dalh, John Godfrey. Back Row: 
Chris Hart, Paul Sommerfield, Russell Mickinley, Matt Brokaw, Brad DeWeese, Paul Godfrey. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVIII NO. 8 



MARCH, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



KHSAA Schools Urged to Involve Students, Faculty 



Special Kodak Liberty Ride Festival Scheduled May 18 



students and adults at KHSAA 
Schools will have an opportunity this 
May to participate in a special event 
that will benefit a program to help 
students cope with alcohol and drugs 

The Kodak Liberty Ride Festival, to 
be held in 100 cities on May 18, is a 
national bicycle ride that will support 
America's Family Album, a project 
designed to benefit the renovation of 
the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island In 
Kentucky, event sites are Lexington 
and Louisville, 

Some of the monies received via the 
event will fund Target, a program to 
help students cope with alcohol and 
drugs that Is administered by the 
National Federation of State High 
School Associations, The National 
Federation will use a portion of funds 
received for Target through the ride to 
help the Kentucky drug and alcohol 
education information program. 

The Ride Festival will benefit 
America's Family Album, which 
supports Kodak's pledge for 
restoration of the Statue of Liberty and 
Ellis Island, Participation in the Ride 
Festival will help the $230 million goal 
for renovation of two of America's most 
important landmarks. The event will 
aford many students (and others) the 
valuable opportunity of helping our 
nation — while having fun. 

Coordinating activities for the ride is 
Bicycle USA, a national cycling 
association. Scheduled events include 
bicycle tours, entertainment 
programs, picnics, and outdoor 
activities. 

The festival will conclude with the 
"America Rocks" concert to be 
televised live via satellite from the 
Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans 
to festival sites across America. 

Those who enter the ride will send in 
a $20.00 coupon (supplied through 
KHSAA) to the Eastman Kodak 
Company (if pre-registering; sign-ups 
on the day of the event will be $22, the 
price $25 if one enters in New Orleans). 
It is imperative that participants from 
KHSAA Schools use National 
Federation coupons (which have the 
NF logo and are supplied through 
KHSAA to benefit National Federation 
and state association projects. Other 
coupons will not benefit the National 
Federation Target program. Each 
entrant will receive: 




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• A commemorative T-shirt; 

• Free refreshments; 

• Admission to the local viewing of a 
live satellite-transmitted rock concert; 

•Admission to "America's Family 
Album," an electronic picture 
collection at Liberty Island, 

A related project is America's Family 
Album. This electronically-stored 
collection of photos, to be located on 
Liberty Island, is a family album for all 
Americans, To enter, you need to send 
a photo and $10 fee (entrants in the 
ride are given entry in the Album as 
part of their fee). The nationwide 
collection will be at Ellis Island for 
decades, and visitors will be able to call 
up their own pictures or those of 
relatives. 

The video disks on which pictures 
will be stored will allow for decades of 
high-quality viewing and fast access to 
photos. Though contributions will 



receive a special identification 
number, photos may be called up by 
family name, country of origin, and 
other such cross-indexes. This will 
allow visitors to view the "family tree." 
Participants may send in photos of 
themselves or ancestors, but the $10 
fee should be provided for each photo 
sent. Photos cannot be returned. The 
storage system will accommodate 
virtually any number of pictures. 

Thousands of photos have been 
received, including those of President 
Ronald Reagan's family and Vice- 
President George Bush's family. 
Photos can include individual school 
portraits; athletic team, cheerleader, 
and club pictures; classroom photos; 
and graduation snapshots. 

The exhibit for viewing pictures will 
open on July 4, in concurrence with the 
unveiling of the refurbished Statue of 
Liberty. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



MARCH, 1986 



VOL. XLVIII, NO. 8 



Published monthly, except June and July by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E Cooper Dr . P O Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for m Section 1 103 Act of Octobers. 1917, authorized tylay 
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Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to 
K H S A A , P O Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522 
Editor TOIVI MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L, DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V, WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 



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President-Patrick L, Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville, Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas. Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville. Tony Olmger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radchff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Ovi/ensboro, Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville, Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry, Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
Representative. 



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The State Tennis Tournament information was 
reviewed and some minor corrections were made on 
the information sfieet. The same time schedule will 
be followed for the 1985-86 tournament as last year. 
The dates of the State Tournament are June 5-7, 
1986 at the University of Kentucky, 

The Penn heavy duty ball will be purchased for 
Regional and State Tournament Play, It was 
recommended that chair officials be secured forthe 
finals in both singles and doubles. U.S.T.A. Rule 
Books will be suppled for each of the Regional 
Managers. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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TEAM PICTURES NEEDED 

Pictures of participating teams are needed for the State 
events programs and the "Athlete" magazine. 

Plan Ahead - have a formal varsity squad photo taken in 
all sports at the beginning of the regular season. 



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The Tennis Committee meton Tuesday, February 
25, 1986 at the K. M.S. A. A. office in Lexington. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called 
the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Committee 
members present included Jerry Johns, Joe Kroh, 
Jeff Frisch, Becky Watson, Wilson Sears and Tom 
West. 

The first item on the Agenda was a discussion of 
regional tournament sites. Changes in regional sites 
to date included the Northern Kentucky Region 
being hosted by Lloyd High School. Other regional 
sites are being secured at the present time. 

The Committee reviewed the Regional 
Information Sheet and suggested the following 
changes: 

1 . That a provision be made for a three-way tie in 
team scoring: 

2. That Regional Managers are sure that the Certi- 
ficates of Eligibility are in before participants 
are allowed to play. 

A deadline when regional entries are due was set 
for May 12, 1986. Regional Managers are advised to 
schedule no tournament play on school time. 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion of 
the seeding commttees. Potential committee 
members were selected and will be notified by mail. 
The seeding committees will meet in Lexington the 
Tuesday before the State Tennis Tournament. 




1986 Kentucky State 
Wrestling Association 



Welcome to the 1986 Kentucky State Wrestling 
Association (KSWA) season. KSWA is affiliated with 
AAU/USA and sanctions youth wrestling for boys 
ages 5 and over. There are a total of 81 age/weight 
divisions in which boys may compete. Both 
Freestyle and Greco, the two Olympic styles of 
wrestling, will be taught. Freestyle, which is the 
most similar to high school wrestling, will be 
featured at all tournaments. The KSWA season will 
run from March 1, 1986 through June 14, 1986. A 
total of 1 1 tournaments will be held across the state, 
including a state championship tournament in 
Louisville, where state champions will be crowned 
in all 81 age/weight divisions. Medals will be 
awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each division at all 
tournaments. Individual memberships are $8 which 
entitle a wrestler to compete in all KSWA 
tournaments. For more information contact your 
local high school wrestling coach or LindaGarrison 
at 606/269-0818. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS — 1986 



Hopklnsvllle High School 




98-Phil Rueff, 119-John Pondexter, 132-Tim Huddleston, 138-David Pondexler, 145-Aaron 
Herring, 167-Sleve Bailey, 185-Roger Holloway, Hwt. Gartha Herring. 




Individual Weight Class Winners 



-'ciUWii- itM^i^ Ka^Ma '*r * 

98-David Donley, Christian Co., 105-Brett King, Fern Creek, 112-David Richey, Caldwell Co., 
119-James Baugh, Simon-Kenton, 126-Richie Parker, Conner, 132-Adam Alstatt, Trinity, 138- 
Andy Lee, Christian Co., 145-Aaron Herring, Hopkinsville, 155-Rob Madden, Conner, 167- 
Steve Bailey, Hopkinsville, 185-Roger Holloway, Hopkinsville, HWT-Gartha Herring, 
Hopkinsville. 

TEAM STANDINGS 

Hopkinsville 108 

Christian Co 10172 

Simon-Kenton 65 

Conner 54y2 

Woodford Co 43 

Trinity 34'/2 

Waggener 33'/2 

Union Co 28'/2 

Fern Creek 27 

Henry Clay 23 



PA,GE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



1986 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21 & 22. 1986 





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Bowling Green 

Ballard 

Lafayette 

Bryan Station 

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GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



»1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1 Sacred Heart Academy ISHAI 153 00 

2 Notre Dame Academy (NDA) 157 01 

3 Hopkinsuille (HOP) 1:57 78 

4 Dixie Heights |DH) 1:59 96 

5 Ehzabettilown (ET) 2 00 03 

6 Tates Creek iTC) 2 00 30 

#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Merit Gibson (BAD 155 99 

2 Wendy Kohlhepp (NDAl 1:5806 

3 Kelly Augustus (MLEl 1 :58 76 

4 Eileen Sampey (SHA) 159 27 

5 Judy Waiting (MLE) 1:59 73 

6. Kelly Boone (ET) 2:03 60 

«3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1 Dorsey Tierney (SHA) 2 08 30 

2 Jiil Bakehorn (TC) 2 09 56 

3 Vicki Robmson (BS) 2 15 24 

4 Amy Barrett (SHA) 2 17 10 

5 Kay Blackwood (MLE) 2 17 11 

6 Nina Montmeny (DH) 2:19 30 

•4 ■ 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 Leigh Ann Felter (SHA) 24.63 

2 Kim Prollitt (HOP) 25,17 

3 Karyn Stubbs (NEW) 25 33 

4 Renan Wisenbaker (MOD) 25,43 

5 Heather Brooks (TLC) 25 63 

6 Elaine Ralenkotter (NDA) 25 95 



«5 - 1 Meier Diving 

1 Laura Prolumo (SHA) 452 70 

2 Tara Justice |SK) 378 90 

3 Lora Shostle (SHA) 350 35 

4 Allyson Heger (HOL) 345 90 

5 Jenny Goldberg |ATH| 340 65 

6 Healher Bell (HC) 332 50 

•6 - 100 Yard Butterlly 

1 Vicki Robinson (BS) 59 66 

2 Mandy Snider (SHA) 1,00 21 

3 Renan Wisenbaker (MOD) 1 00 33 

4 Kim Proffilt (HOP) 1 00 54 

5 Tonya Lyddane (OWEN) 100 59 

6 Nina Montmeny (DH) 1:0294 

«7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Merit Gibson (SAL) 53,63 

2 Leigh Ann Felter (SHA) 53 94 

3 Pam Stanford (PB) 55 49 

4 Shern Mitchell (EAS) 55 92 

5 Stephanie Boerschinger (LAF) 56 07 

6 Betsy Wilmer (HGH) 57 01 

US - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 Judy Welting (MLE) 5 08 32 

2 Eileen Sampey (SHA) 51127 

3 Wendy Kohlhepp INDA) 5,12 59 

4 Simone Lockhan (TC) 5 20 04 

5 Dyer Ashley (SAY) 5 20 46 

6 Elizabeth Hickey (ATH) 5 20 98 



1)9-100 Yard Backstroke 

1 Jill Bakehorn (TC) 100,05 

2 Karyn Stubbs (NEW) 1:0107 

3 Tonya Lyddane (OWEN) 1:02,76 

4 Pam Stanford (PB) 1,04,23 

5 Kelly Boone (ET) 1:05 11 

6 Jenny OToole (DH) 105,81 



•10 ■ 100 Yard Breaslslroke 

1 Dorsey Tierney (SHA) 105 98 

2 Amy Barrett (SHA| 109 78 

3 Traci Pomeroy (NDA) 1 10 43 

4 Beth Grohmann (SHA) 1:10.67 

5 Debbie Kruetzkamp (NDA) 1:12.30 

6 Liz ChevBnlng (HOP) 1:13.49 

»11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Male (MLE) 3 44 80 

2 Notre Dame Academy (NDA) 3:45 56 

3 Model (MOD) 3:48.38 

4 Eastern (EAS) 3:48.88 

5 Lafayette (LAF) 3:58.74 

6 Bowfing Green (BG) 4:01.72 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 



1986 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21 & 22, 1986 



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Daviess County 

Male 

Conner 

Eastern 

Ballard 

Model 

Lloyd Memorial 

Lexington Catholic 

Fort Knox 

Woodford County 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Scott 

Paul Blazer 

Russell 

St. Henry 

Lafayette 

Owensboro Catholic 



1 

320 
23.0 
26 
00 
200 
23.0 



3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


39 


160 


00 


130 


160 


0.0 


170 


00 


110 


21 


170 


00 


11 


00 


90 


170 


22 


00 


100 


130 


0.0 


11 


16.0 


130 


00 


00 


1 


11 


70 


40 


0.0 


70 


130 


160 


50 


00 


120 


120 


0.0 


1 



00 100 120 



50 


0.0 


1 


100 


00 


00 


00 


00 


100 


00 


11 


00 



9 


10 


11 


Total 


120 


25 


240 


203.0 


150 


00 


26 


155.0 


160 


150 


22 


152.0 


110 


00 


320 


129.0 


00 


11 


00 


76.0 


00 


1 


200 


670 


00 


30 


180 


660 


50 


70 


60 


640 


00 


00 


00 


35 


00 


00 


00 


31.0 


90 


00 


100 


30 


00 


00 


140 


27.0 


0.0 


00 


00 


250 


14 


40 


00 


24 


00 


160 


0.0 


220 


00 


00 


80 


180 


00 


00 


00 


14 


00 


90 


00 


130 


100 


00 


00 


10 



BOYS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Elizabethtown (ET) 14107 

2. St Xa».er (STX) 1 41 55 

3. Covington Catholic |CC) 1 45 66 

4. Bowling Green (BG) 1 45 66 

5 Henry Clay (HC) 146 33 

6. Daviess County (DC) 1-50 79 



»2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Scott Ryan (CC) 1:42 31 

2 Tony Siebel (STX) 1 42.92 

3 Steve Litchtield (HOP) 1 :48 47 

4 John Fishbach (BAL) 1;49 6B 

5. Jay Ecleberrv IDC) 1:50 98 



6 Ri( 



I Woltenberg (CC) 152 90 



#3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1 Pajl Godlrey (ET) 2 0119 

2 Jay Smith (HOP) 2 02 79 

3 John Godlrey (ET) 2:04 38 

4. Paul Sommerdeld (ET) 2:04 44 

5. Kurt Reisert (STX) 2:06.67 

6 Mike McAllister (MLE) 2 09 57 



#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 Brad DeWeese (ET) 22 07 

2 Tom Chewning (HOP) 22 1 1 

3 Grainger Scherer (TRIM) 22 51 

4 Chris Young (HC) 22 64 

5 Jason Thelen (CC) 22 87 

6 Max Adams (HOP) 22 92 



#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

1 David BiounI (HC) 427 60 

2 Alan Frazer (HGH) 407 75 

3 Ted Waldeyer (TRIN) 373.20 

4 Vincent Figuried (STX) 365.45 

5 Jefl Tucker (IJlLE) 365.35 

6 Todd Johnson (DH) 341.40 

#6 - 100 Yard Bulterlly 

1 Eric Richter (HGH) 53.52 

2 Chris Young (HC) 54 23 

3 Mike McAllister (MLE) 54.79 

4 Phil Summe ICC) 54 80 

5 Max Adams (HOP) 54 83 

6 Matt Brokaw (ET) 55 78 

»7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Brad DeWeese (ET) 48 48 

2 Tom Chewning (HOP) 49 49 

3 Jason Thelen (CCI 49,90 

4 John Lunger (EAS) 50.97 

5 Eric Hibbard (CON) 51.32 

6 Phil Summe (CC) 52.00 

»8 • 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 Scoll Ryan (CCI 4:36 46 

2. Paul Godfrey (ET) 4.51.46 

3 Steve Litchfield (HOP) 4:54.07' 

4 David Northup (STX) 5:02,01 

5 Grainger Scherer (TRIN) 5:02.71 

6 John Fishbach (BAL) 5:22.85 



#9 - 100 Yard Backstroke 

1 Tony Siebel (STX) 52 50 

2 Rick Woltenberg (CC) 56 49 

3 John Godfrey (ET) 56 64 

4 Jay Smith (HOP) 57 74 

5 Carter Gaithers (CL) 57 78 

6 Eric Hibbard (CON) 57 87 



#10 - Yard Breaststroke 

1 Ross Dickman (LM) 1 01 31 

2 Matt Brokaw (ET) 1 03 10 

3 Paul Summerfield (ET) 1 04 50 

4 Chip Denny (HC) 104 84 

5 Edwin Jenkins (STX) 1 04 87 

6 Mark Goode (WC) 104 93 



«11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1 Hopkinsville (HOP) 3 17 37 

2 Covington Catholic (CC) 3.17 80 

3 Elizabethtown (ET) 3 25 64 

4 St Xavier (STX) 3 27 53 

5 Bowling Green (BG) 3 28 42 

6 Highlands (HGH) 3:29 17 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



1986 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1986 BOY' GOLF REGIONS 



Caldwell County — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Central City, Christian County, 
Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Greenville, Henderson 
County, Hickman County, Hopkmsville, Lone Oak, Lyon 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins. Mayfieid, Murray, 
Ohio County. Paducah Tilghman. Reidland. St. Mary, 
Union County, Webster County 

Bowling Green — Allen County Central. Apollo, Barren 
County, Bowling Green. Caverna. Clinton County. 
Daviess County, Franklm-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart 
County, Monroe County, Owensboro, Russellville. Warren 
Central. 

Louisville — Atherton. Assumption. Ballard. Butler. 
Central, Doss. duPont Manual. Eastern, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Kentucky Country Day, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Sacred 
Heart, Shawnee, Southern, St. Francis. Valley. Waggener. 
Western. 

Elizabethtown — Adair County, Bardstown. Boyle County. 
Breckinridge County. Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Campbellsville, Danville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Hancock County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Taylor 
County. Washington County, West Hardin. 

Covington — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, 
Eminence, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross. Oldham 
County, Owen County. Notre Dame. Scott, Silver Grove, 
Trimble County, Villa Madonna, Williamstown. 

Woodford County — Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay. Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic. Mercer County. Scott 
County, Shelby County, Tates Creek. Western Hills, 
Woodford County. 

Richmond — Belfry. Casey County. Cawood, Corbin, 
Cumberland. Estill County. Garrard County, George 
Rogers Clark, Harlan, Jenkins, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lee County, Lincoln County, McCreary Central, 
■Madison Central, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Russell County. Somerset, Wayne County. 

Montgomery County — Boyd County, Fleming County, 
Harrison County. Hazard, Johnson Central, McDowell, 
Mason County, Maysville, Montgomery County. Nicholas 
County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Powell County, 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan County, St. Patrick. 




Campbell County — Bellevue, Bishop Brossart. Campbell 
County. Dayton. Fleming County. Grant County. 
Highlands. Lewis County, Mason County. Maysville, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic. Pendleton County, 
St. Patrick, Silver Grove. Williamstown. 

Frankfort — Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Eminence, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Montgomery County, Nicholas 
County. Oldham County, Paris, Sayre, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
County 

Jessamine County — Adair County, Anderson County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Burgin, 
Campbellsville, Casey County, Danville, Garrard County, 
Green County, Harrodsburg, Jessamine County. LaRue 
County. Lincoln County. Marion County, Mercer County, 
Nelson County, Russell County, Taylor County, 
Washington County. 

London — Berea, Bell County, Corbin, Cumberland, Estill 
County, Harlan, Hazard, Knox Central, Laurel County, Lee 
County McCreary County, MadiSon Central. Middlesboro. 
Model. Monticello. Pineville. Pulaski County, Somerset. 
Wayne County, 

Paintsvile — Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, East 
Carter, Fairview, Greenup County, Elkhorn City, Holy 
Family, Jenkins, Johnson Central, McDowell, Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Phelps, Pikeville. Powell County. 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan County, Russell. Sheldon 
Clark, 

Lake Barkley — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Callaway County, Christian County. Crittenden County, 
Fort Campbell. Fulton, Hickman County, Hopkmsville, 
Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, Mayfieid, 
Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Todd 
County Central, University Heights, Union County. 

Owensboro — Apollo, Breckinridge County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County. Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade County, 
Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Providence, South Hopkins, Webster County, 

Bowling Green — Allen County Central, Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Caverna, 
Clinton County, East Hardin, Edmonson County, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, 
Grayson County, Hart County, Monroe County, North 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, Warren East, Warren 
Central, West Hardin. 

West Jefferson - Beth Haven, Butler, Central, DeSales, 
Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Ninth & 0, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Portland Christian, Shawnee, Southern, 
Valley, Western, 

East Jefferson — Atherton, Ballard, Christian Academy, 
duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Kentucky Country Day, Male, Moore, St. Francis, St, 
Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 

Covington — Beechwood. Boone County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Gattatin County, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Owen County, St. Henry, Scott, Simon-Kenton, 
Trimble County, Walton-Verona. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



)fii®(i)i@? 



PROPOSAL 48 - NEW NCAA REGULATION PASSES 



Effective immediately, incoming students to an NCAA member 
institution who wish to immediately participate in intercollegiate 
athletics at the Division I level must have maintained a 2.0 grade 
point average in a core curriculum including at least three years 
English, two years math, two years social science, and two years of 
physical or natural science; as well as having attained a 700 combined 
score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a 15 composite score on 
the ACT; and be a high school graduate. 

When the full body of the NCAA Convention passed the rule at its 
January meeting, it passed the by-law, as amended to phase in the 
requirements over a two year period. The amendment stated that 
eligibility may be attained for incoming athletes after August 1, 1986 
and prior to August 1, 1987 by one of five possible combinations -- 



G.P.A. and 



SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 



2.2 and above 


660 


2.100-2.199 


680 


2.000-2.099 


700 


1.900-1.999 


720 


1.800-1.899 


740 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



For students entering on or after August 1, 1987 and prior to August 1, 
1988, the scale allows three possible combinations -- 



G.P.A. and 



SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 



2.1 and above 

2.000.2.999 

1.900-1.999 



680 
700 
720 



14 
15 
16 



The By-Law, which follows By-Law 5-l-(j), on pages 92 & 93 of the NCAA 
Handbook, also allowed for an exception which states, "An exception may 
be granted by the NCAA Eligibility Committee for a student who left 
high school after completion of his junior year or during his senior 
year to enter a member institution under an early admissions program 
open to students solely on the basis of outstanding academic 
performance and promise, and provided that for the last four semesters 
completed in high school, the student maintained an accumulative grade 
point average of 3.5 (based on a maximum of 4.0) and ranked in the top 
20 percent of the students class, and that the student met all of the 
requirements of a qualifier except for graduation from high school." 

Should you have any questions, or desire an interpretation, contact the 
Athletic Department of the NCAA member closest to you. In Kentucky- 
Bellarmine, Centre, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky (University of), 
Kentucky State, Kentucky Wesleyan, Louisville, Morehead State, Murray 
State, Northern Kentucky, and Western Kentucky are member institutions. 



NOTICE TO BASEBALL/SOFTBALL OFFICIALS 

One big change for this year's playing rules is the requirement that 
in addition to the batter, all runners, on deck batters, and all 
players in the coaches box must wear a NOCSAE approved helmet, and the 
helmet must have the appropriate warning label affixed to the outside 
in a visible location. No coach should allow helmets to be used that 
are not NOCSAE approved. This is not optional, this is mandatory. The 
warning labels may be requested from sporting goods stores in your 
area, of from the manufacturer from who you purchased your helmets. 



N.H.S.A.C.A. TO HOLD SUMMER MEETING FOR 22nd TIME 

The National High School Athletic Coaches Association will hold its 
22nd annual summer meeting on June 21-27, 1985 at the Sheraton Twim 
Towers Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Events include seminars in 
Athletics, Drug Programs, and Sports Medicine for the first four days 
of the meeting, with the National Athletic Clinic set for June 25-27. 
Special events include the Booster Clubs Awards Luncheon on June 26, 
the N.H.S.A.C.A. National Awards Banquet on June 27, the All America 
Prep Cross-Country Championships on June 23-24, and the All America 
Prep Golf National Championships on June 24-26. For further 
information, contact N.H.S.A.C.A., 3423 East Silver Springs Boulevard, 
Suite 9, Ocala, FL, 32670; or phone (904)622-3660. 



K.H.S.A.A and U.K. FOOTBALL INJURY STUDY COMPLETED 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association in conjunction 
with the University of Kentucky Athletic Training Department 
has completed it's football injury study. The results of 
these findings will be printed in our April Athlete. The 
data will show the comparison between game and practice in- 
juries that result in an athlete missing a game or more than 
three days of practice. We express our thanks to all the 
schools and coaches whose participation made the study 
possible. 



NEW TRACK PUBLICATION TO BE PUBLISHED FOR COACHES, ETC. 

This office has been notified that Inside Track will be published 
beginning this month and is available for high school coaches and other 
interested parties. This magazine, in newsletter form, is to be 
published 20 times per year. Questions and comments should be 
addressed to INSIDE TRACK, 2316 Chester Road, Birmingham, AL, 35223. 
Send inquiries to the attention of Mr. John Parks. Their phone number 
is (205)879-1889. 



OPEN DATES FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS 



New Madrid County Central High School, New Madrid, Missouri, has 
openings for September 5 and September 19, this fall. Would like to 
sign contract for home and home series. Contact Coach Mike Barnes, at 
(314) 688-2562. Christian County High School has an open football 
date on October 10. Contact Athletic Director Wilton Gant at (502) 
887-1100. Washington County needs a home game on September 6. 
Contact Coach Tom Hamilton at (606) 336-3996. Corbin High School 
has open dates Sept. 12, 19 and 26, and Oct. 3, 10, and 24. Call 
(606) 528-3902. Franklin County High School needs 
5, 19 and 26, and Oct. 17. Contact Coach Dearborn at 
Harrison County High School needs games on Sept. 
Contact Coach Graham at (606) 234-4382 or at home 
Lafayette High School needs game on Sept. 12 and 
Contact Coach Fee (606) 278-7103 or at home (605) 223-3002. 
High School (TN) needs game on October 3. Contact Jeff 
Coal Grove (OH), near Ashland, needs a game 
13. Contact David Waller, A.D., at 532-6345 or 



Coach Adams at 
games on Sept. 
(502) 695-4155. 
19 and Oct. 17. 
(606) 234-1631. 
Oct. 24. 
Whitehouse 
Porter (515)672-3762. 
on September 12 or 



532-5833. Clay County needs a game August 29. Contact Coach 
Hensley (606)598-3737. Simon Kenton needs a game September 12. 
Call Coach Jim Dougherty or A.D. Joe Stark (505)355-35-41, or 355-5522 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
events, along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Al 1 owed 


Finals 
(Tentative 


Soccer 


July 20 


Sept. 1 


6-20 


Nov. 1 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 1 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Nov. 1 


Football 


July 30 


Aug. 29 


11 


Nov. 28-29 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



These dates are corresponding to the 1985-86 calendar, and are current 
as per the 1985-85 Constitution and By-Laws. Dates for 1986-87 
championships are tentative. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Effective with this year, 1986, officials in baseball, basketball, 
football, soccer, softball, track, volleyball, and wrestling will be 
required to re-register between May 1, 1986 and June 30, 1986. 
New officials will still be permitted to register until the current 
deadlines. Registration forms will be mailed during April to all 
currently registered officials. If your address is not correct or you 
have had trouble receiveing mailings, magazines, etc. from this office, 
you should contact Ms. Pruitt immediately to have her double check your 
address. Officials not re-registering during the May-June period 
win be assessed a $25.00 late charge in addition to the normal fees 
required. There will be no waivers from this policy or fee. 

If you do not receive your re-registration form prior to June 1, you 
should contact this office immediately. Non-receipt of information 
will not be an acceptable reason for waiver of the late fee. 

The new registration schedule is due in part to a new reciprocal 
agreement between the states adjacent to Kentucky in an effort to allow 
the ratings, years service, and other items, to transfer from one state 
to another. 



The procedure to register in multiple states is 
with the High School Athletic Association in yo 
Pay the normal fee required for registrants in 
then must pay a $10.00 multiple state regis 
entitles you to officiate contests in all state 
multiple state agreement. You will be requ 
additional fees for registration, other than thos 
by a local officials association as dues. Rati 
and all other pertinent information will 
participatin states upon receipt of the $10.00 
questions, please contact K.H.S.A.A. Executive Ass 



as follows -- Register 
ur state of residence. 

your home state. You 
tration fee. This fee 
s participating in the 
ired to pay no other 
e that may be assessed 
ngs, years of service, 
be forwarded to all 

fee. If you have any 
istant Billy Wise. 



Below is pictured the card that will be issued. The actual card will 
be a multi-colored card. The states honoring the agreement are 
Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, West Virginia and Ohio. 




1986-87 

MULTIPLE STATE 
RECIPROCAL REGISTRATION 



Officials Name:. 



Home State Registration 



Executive Officer Signature 



This registration certifies officiating eligibility in the 
sport(s) and states listed on the reverse side of this card. 



The official listed on the reverse side is 
registered in the following sport(s) 

Baseball Basketball Field Hockey Swimming Ice Hocl<ey Gym (B) (G) 
Softball Football Soccer Track Volleyball Wrestling 



(CROSS OUT THOSE NOT INCLUDED) 

The following states participate in this reciprocal agreement: 
Indiana, Kentucl<y, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia. 

Fee: $10.00 per sport in addition to home state registration 



ANNUAL RENEWAL PERIOD 

MAY 1 - JUNE 30 

This Card Expires June 30, 1987 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



1986 REGIONAL GOLF MANAGERS 



BOYS' MANAGERS 
Marshall County — Larry Hopper, St. Mary High School, 
1243 Elmdale, Box 7806, Paducah, Kentucky 42001, 502- 
442-4310 

Owensboro — Ron Peyton, OwensboroHigh School, 1800 

Fredenca Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301, 502-684- 

7221. 

Bowling Green — Danny Spillman, Bowling Green High 

School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, 

Kentucky 42101, 502-842-1674. 

Lexington — Joe Rogers, Western Hills High School, 100 
Doctors Lane. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 , 502-875-2900 
Lincoln County — Willie Hoskins, Lincoln County High 
School, US 27 South. Stanford. Kentucky 40484, 606-365- 
9111. 

West Jefferson — Steve Reed, Western High School, 2501 

Rockford Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40216. 502-454-8344 

East Jefferson — IVIarty Donlon. St. Xavier High School. 

1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502- 

636-2525 

Covington — Jack Demming, Lloyd Memorial High 

School, Box 99, Bartlett Avenue, Erianger, Kentucky 

41015, 606-727-1535 

Campbell County — Tom Hummel/Carl Wenderoth, 3057 

Magnolia Court. Edgewood. Kentucky 41017. (Hummel) 

606-623-4161. (Wenderoth) 606-825-6085. 

London — Ray Vater. Laurel County High School. P O. 

Box 175, London, kentucky 40741 , 606-864-7371. 

Palntsvllle -- Walter Brugh, Paintsville High School, P.O. 

Box 152, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240, 606-789-3881. 

STATE TOURNAMENT MANAGER — John Hackett, 830 

McCullum Avenue, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 502- 

765-4240. 

COORDINATOR — Ernie Denham, 3717 Taylorsville 

Road, #109 Louisville, Kentucky 40220, 502-452-1584 



GIRLS' MANAGERS 
Caldwell County — Al Giordana, Caldwell County High 
School, Box 350, Princeton, Kentucky 42445, 502-365- 
3531 

Bowling Green — Coy Meadows, Glasgow High School, 

Columbia Avenue, Glasgow, Kentucky 42141, 502-651- 

8801 

Louisville — Raymond Kuhn, Ballard High School, 6000 

Brownsboro Road. Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-895- 

0567 

Elizabethtown — Pat Wise, Elizabethtown High School, 

620 North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown. Kentucky 

42701. 502-769-3381 

Woodford County — Lou Brown. Jessamine County High 

School. Route 4. Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356. 606-887- 

2421 

Covington — George Gardner, Scott High School. Old 
Taylor Mill Road, Covington, Kentucky 41015, 606-356- 
3146 

Richmond — Tish Carr, Model High School, Lancaster 
Avenue, Richmond, Kentucky 40475, 606-622-2986. 
Morehead — Sarah Chaney, Rowan County High School, 
Route 5, Morehead, Kentucky 40351, 606-784-8956. 
STATE MANAGER — Bill Frost, Washington County High 
School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 40069, 
606-336-3996 (School), 606-336-9458 (Home) 



e 



1986 TENNIS INFORMATION 

BOYS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 



Murray — (Becky Watson, 208 Sherwood Drive, 
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240, 502-886-1173, 502-887- 
1150 (P.M.)/502-887-1250 (AM) ~ Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell County, Calloway County, Christian County, 
Fort Campbell, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon 
County, Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Providence. Reidland. St Mary. University 
Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — (Joe Tinius. L.C. Curry School, 1350 
Durbin Drive. Bowling Green. Kentucky 42101. 502-842- 
0085/502-781-5774) — Allen County. Barren County. 
Bowling Green. Caverna. Cumberland County. Franklin- 
Simpson. Glasgow. Hart County. Logan County. Metcalf 
County. Monroe County. Muhlenberg Central. 
Russellville. St. Romuald. Warren Central. Warren East. 

Henderson County — (Howard Crittenden. Henderson 
County High School. 2424 Zion Road. Henderson. 
Kentucky 42420. 502-684-0722/502-684-3215) — Apollo. 
Bremen. Butler County. Central City. Daviess County. 
Greenville. Hancock County. Henderson County. McLean 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio County, 



Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesville), Union County. Webster County. 

Elizabethtown — (David Rogers, Morningside Elementary 
School. Morningside Drive. Elizabethtown. Kentucky 
42701. 502-769-3359) — Adair County. Bardstown. 
Bethlehem. Breckinridge County. Bullitt Central. 
Campbellsville. East Hardin. Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson County, Green County, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, 
North Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County. 

East Jefferson — (Allen Sledd, Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-426- 
2993/502-454-8206) — Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham 
County, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — (Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier High School, 
1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502- 
637-4712/502-896-0919) — Central, Christian Academy, 
DeSales, duPont Manual, Evangel, Male, Ninth & 0, 
Portland Christian, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 

(Tennis Information Continued on Page 8) 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1986 



West Jefferson — (Mike Whitehouse, Fairdale High 
School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, Kentucky 40118, 
502-454-8765) — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park. Southern, Valley, Western. 

Lexington — (Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High School, 2100 
Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502, 606-269- 
3326) — Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western 
Hills. Woodford County. 

Richmond — (Jerry Johns, Pulaski County High School, 
51 1 East University Drive, Somerset, Kentucky 40251 , 606- 
679-1547/606-678-5610) — Barbourville, Berea, Bell 
County, Boyle County, Corbin, Cumberland, Danville, 
Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie 
County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Mercer 
County, Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski 
County, Russell County, St Camillus, Somerset. 

Ashland — (Mary Robinson, Russell High School, Red 
Devil Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41 169, 606-836-9658/502- 
836-4330) — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd 



County, Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Greenup County, 
Hazard, Holy Family, Knott County, Lavi/rence County, 
McDowell, Magoffin County, Montgomery County, 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rowan County, 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, Wolfe County. 

Fort Thomas — Augusta, Beechwood, Boone County. 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Covington Catholic. 
Covington Latin. Dayton. Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, 
Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Oldham 
County, St. Henry, Scott, Simon-Kenton, Trimble County. 

Paris — (Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High School, 
3343 Lexington Road, Paris, Kentucky 40361, 606-987- 
2550) — Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, 
Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 
County, Pans, Pendleton County, St Patrick. Scott 
County 

BOYS' STATE MANAGER Joseph Kroh. St. Xavier High 
School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 
40217, 502-637-4712/502-459-6586. 



GIRLS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray — (Becky Watson, 208 Sherwood Drive, 
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240, 502-886-1173, 502-887- 
1150 (P.M.)/502-887-1250 (AM.) — Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell County, Calloway County, Christian County, 
Fort Campbell, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon 
County, Marshall County, Mayfield. Murray, Paducah 
Tllghman, Providence, Reidland, St Mary, University 
Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — (Joe Tinius, L.C. Curry School, 1350 
Durbin Drive, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, 502-842- 
0085/502-781-5774) — Allen County, Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Caverns, Cumberland County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan County, Metcalfe 
County, Monroe County, Muhlenberg Central, 
Russellville, St. Romuald. Warren Central, Warren East. 

Henderson County — (Howard Crittenden, Henderson 
County High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, 
Kentucky 42420, 502-684-0722/502-684-3215) — Apollo, 
Bremen, Butler County, Central City, Daviess County, 
Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, McLean 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesville), Union County, Webster County. 

Elizabethtown — (David Rogers, Morningside Elementary 
School, Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 
42701, 502-769-3359) — Adair County, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Grayson County, Green County, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, 
North Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County 

East Jefferson — (Bob Roos, 3704 Ten Broeck, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40222, 502-425-7687) — Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — (Jim Schum, Louisville Collegiate, 
Box 4369, 2427 Glenmary Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky 
40204, 502-451-5330) — Central, Evangel, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Mercy Academy, Ninth & 0, Portland 
Christian, Presentation, St. Francis, Shawnee. 



West Jefferson — (Mike Whitehouse, Fairdale High 
School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, Kentucky 40118, 
502-454-8765) — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western. 

Fort Thomas — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner. 
Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon- 
Kenton, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington — (Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High School, 2100 
Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502. 606-269- 
3326) — Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Richmond — (Jerry Johns, Pulaski County High School, 
51 1 East University Drive, Somerset, Kentucky 40251 , 606- 
679-1547/606-678-5610) — Barbourville, Boyle County, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Danville, Estill County, Garrard 
County, George Rogers Clark, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox 
Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, Lincoln County, 
Madison Central, Mercer County, Middlesboro, Model, 
Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, Russell County, St. 
Camillus, Somerset. 

Ashland — (Mary Robinson, Russell High School. Red 
Devil Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41169, 606-836-9658/502- 
836-4330) — Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, Buckhorn, 
Elkhorn City, Hazard, Knott County, Lawrence County, 
McDowell, Magoffin County, Montgomery County, 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Phelps, Prestonsburg. Rowan 
County, Russell, Sheldon Clark. 

Paris — (Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High School, 
3343 Lexington Road, Paris, Kentucky 40361, 606-987- 
2550) — Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, 
Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Nicholas County, Paris, Pendleton 
County, St. Patrick, Scott County. 

GIRLS' STATE MANAGER: Becky Watson, 208 Sherwood 
Drive, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240, 502-886-1173, 502- 
887-1150 (P.M.)/502-887-1250 (A.M.) 



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ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all classes will 
be held on Saturday, May 31. 1986, at the University 
of Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 

The regional, sectional, and state meets will be 
scored this year with individual awards being given 
for the first six places and team trophies awarded 
the winning and runner-up teams. 



1986 Track & Field 

Regional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Fort Campbell High School — Marshall Patterson, 
Fort Campbell High School, Ohio Ave. and Falcon 
Loop, Fort Campbell 42223, 615-431-5056. 

2. Providence/Murray State — Willis Simpson, 
Providence High School. Cedar Street, Provi- 
dence 42450, 606-886-2252. 

3. Conner — Buddy Dittus, R.A. Jones Middle 
School, 8000 Spruce Street, Florence 41042, 606- 
371-4916. 

4. Lexington — Frank Maklivic, Frankfort High 
School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601, 502- 
223-8030. 

5. Bardstown — Gene Moutoux, Kentucky Country 
Day, 4100 Springdale Road, Louisville, Kentucky 
40222, 502-423-0440. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, 
Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-4911. 

7. Pikeville — Joe Mahan, Pikeville High School. 116 
N. Mayo Trail, Pikeville 41501, 606-432-0186. 

8. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd County High 
School, Route 2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606- 
928-6473. 

CLASS AA 

1. Fort Campbell — Marshall Patterson, Fort Camp- 
bell High School, Ohio Ave. and Falcon Loop, Fort 
Campbell 42223, 615-431-5056. 

2. Barren County — Terry Reed, Barren County 
High School, Route 6, Glasgow 42141, 502-651- 
6315. 

3. Conner— Buddy Dittus, R.A. MiddleSchool, 8000 
Spruce Street, Florence 41042, 606-371-4916. 

4. Anderson County/Lexington — Randy Crist, 
Anderson County High School, Broadway, 
Lawrenceburg 40342. 

5. Fort Knox — Gary Thompson, Fort Knox High 
School, 7501 Missouri St., Fort Knox 40121, 502- 
624-6647. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, 
Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606-986-4911. 

7. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd County High 
School, Route 2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606- 
928-6473. 

8. Pikeville — Joe Mahan, PikevilleHigh School, 116 
North Mayo Trail, Pikeville 41501, 606-432-0186. 



CLASS AAA 

1. Henderson County — Howard Crittenden, Hen- 
derson County High School, 2424 Zion Road, 
Henderson 42420, 502-827-2506. 

2. Shelby County — Larry Wingfield, Shelby County 
High School, US 60 East, Shelbyville 40065, 502- 
633-2344, 

3. Conner — Buddy Dittus, R.A. Jones Middle 
School, 8000 Spruce Street, Florence 41042. 606- 
371-4916. 

4. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd County High 
School, Route 2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606- 
928-6473. 

5. Manual/I roquois — MikeMcDaniel, Iroquois High 
School, 4515 Taylor Boulevard, Louisville 40215, 
502-454-8269. 

6. Eastern — Jim Watkins, Southern High School, 
8620 Preston Highway, Louisville40218, 502-454- 
8330. 

7. Lexington — Jean Wright. Franklin County High 
School, 1100 East Main. Frankfort 40601, 502- 
695-2500. 

8. Berea College — Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County 
High School, 511 East University, Somerset 
42501, 606-679-1574. 



1986 Track & Field 

Sectional Managers 

(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 
Section 1: Region 1 & 2, Daviess County High 

School — Wayne Wright, Daviess County High 

School, 4255 New Hartford Road, Owensboro 

42301, 502-684-5285. 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington — Marty Mayer. 

Bellevue High School, Center and Lafayette 

Streets, Bellevue 41073, 606-261-2980. 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Berea College — Bill 

Patton, Berea High School, Ellipse Street, Berea 

40403, 606-986-4911. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Boyd County High 

School — Paul Rice, Boyd County High School, 

12307 Midland Trail Road, Ashland 41001, 606- 

928-6473. 

CLASS AA 

Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High 
School — Wayne Wright, Daviess County High 
School, 4255 New Hartford Road, Owensboro 
42301, 502-684-5285. 

Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington — Marty Mayer, 
Bellevue High School, Center and Lafayette 
Streets, Bellevue 41073, 606-261-2980. 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Fort Knox — Gary Thomp- 
son, Fort Knox High School, 7501 Missouri Street, 
Fort Knox 40121, 502-624-6647. 

Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Boyd County High 
School — Paul Rice, Boyd County High School, 
12307 Midland Trail Road, Ashland 41001, 606- 
928-6437. 

CLASS AAA 
Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High 
School — Wayne Wright, Daviess County High 
School, 4255 New Hartford Road, Owensboro 

42301 , 502-684-5285. (Continued on Page 11) 



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Section 1: Regions 3 & 4, Boyd County High 
School — Paul Rice, Boyd County High School, 
12307 Midland Trail Road, Ashland 41001. 606- 
928-6473, 

Section 3: RegionsS & 6, Ballard High School — Sue 
Fetter, Ballard High School, 6000 Brownsboro 



Road, Louisville 40222, 502-454-8206. 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Lexington — Jean Wright, 
Franklin County High School, 1100 East Main 
Street, Frankfort 40601, 502-223-8030. 



A MOMENT OF ANGER PUTS CAREER IN JEOPARDY 



(Edilor's Note: The following editorial is 
reprinted from the Texas Interscholastic 
League, The Leaguer It is based on 
incidents which have actually occurred. 
The sequence of events have been altered 
to protect any particular school or school 
personnel. The disposition of penalties by 
the State (Texas) Executive Committee 
are penalties which have been assessed in 
recent years). 

There was tension in the room. It filled 
the air It hung invisible, yet clearly 
present on the shoulders of a troubled 
coach. It drew blank stares from taut faces 
of students and parents. Attentive reporters 
and television camera crews waited the 
outcome. While a panel of committee 
members alternated questions of inquiry, 
the coach became increasingly more 
unsettled. 

This was a meeting of the executive 
committee. The purpose? To determine 
whether a school employee had been 
guilty of misconduct. No one wanted to be 
there. Only the most twisted mind could 
have enjoyed the proceedings. The charges 
were clear. At the end of a football game, 
the young coach had stormed across the 
field to the game referee. As the referee 
attempted to exit the playing field, the 
coach placed his hands on the official. The 
coach testified that he "placed" his hands 
on the official. The official attested that he 
was "hit" by a sharp blow with the butt of 
the hand. 

As a crowd of players and fans gathered 
around and as other officials attempted to 
talk the coach away from the referee, 
something happened. No two persons can 
agree on all details. But the result of what 
happened changed a number of lives that 
evening. Either the coach struck the 
referee or the referee shoved the coach. It 
makes no difference whose story is right. 
What is tragic is what happened after. 

As officials attempted to separate the 



coach, several players got involved. One 
player struck an official with his helmet. 
Another player delivered a blow with his fist 
to the back of the umpire. The umpire went 
down to his knees as two fans arrived. By 
this time, a skirmish had begun with the 
players and fans from both schools exchang- 
ing angry curses and blows. A cheerleader 
received a three-inch gash on her forehead. 
A parent took a blow to the head from a 
stadium seat. An assistant coach had his 
shirt ripped off. When school officials 
finally cleared the field, it was discovered 
that an II -year-old boy had sustained a 
multiple fracture to his tibia. 

"Coach, did you strike the official?" 
The answer came slowly, haltingly, almost 
apologetically. "All I wanted to do was get 
an explanation. I never intended for things 
to get out of hand. I have never before been 
involved in anything like this in ten years 
of coaching." 

"Are you aware of your responsibility 
to accept decisions of officials without 
protest'.' Did your principal or superin- 
tendent go over conduct rules with you 
prior to the season? Why were there no 
security guards present'' Did you realize 
that your players would follow your 
example - good or bad?" 

All these questions were posed. Either 
the coach or school superintendent 
attempted to answer as best they could. 

What happened to the coach? The 
players'.' The school? The football team'' 

The coach was suspended from coach- 
ing for the remainder of that season and the 
next. He was informed of his right to 
appeal. He chose not to. 

The two players involved in hitting the 
officials were suspended from any future 
participation in U.I.L. contests. One 
player was a senior, the other a junior. 

The school was suspended from football 
for the remainder of that season and placed 
under probationary conditions for two 



additional years. 

The parent hit by the stadium seat 
received an out-of-court settlement from a 
model citizen who had lost his temper in 
the melee. The officials never came back 
to that school and the umpire retired from ■ 
officiating. After a 22-year career, he 
decided it wasn't worth it. 

This story should not have happened. It 
was not caused by a troublemaker. It was 
caused by one of the outstanding teachers 
in the community. Under stress and 
considerable pressure to win. he lost his 
composure. Thousands of times he had 
met frustration, and thousands of times he 
faced it stoically. The one time he lost 
control, he set off a series of events that 
changed his life. His career is now in 
jeopardy. It is a sad story, but nevertheless 
a preventable tragedy. 

The problems of maintaining control at 
athletic events remains a top priority for all 
school officials. If extracurricular activities 
are to provide an educational experience, 
strict security and the best sportsmanship 
must be the rule rather than the exception. 
With increased violence in college and 
professional sports, the task of keeping 
order m high school activities becomes a 
never-ending duty. The challenge to pro- 
vide a safe environment must be met. 

As thousands of coaches prepare their 
teams for games, the public is forever 
reminded of benefits provided by coaches. 
This illustration of momentary poor judg- 
ment cannot erase the positive contribu- 
tions made by coaches. It does, however, 
illustrate how a single incident can erase, 
or. at best, blemish an otherwise successful 
career. The responsibility of the team is on 
the coach. The responsibility of the coach 
is on the school administration, but more 
immediately and final - on the coach's 
own maturity and judgment. 



Baseball Representatives 

.Re: Position on Returning to Rule 1, Article .5 (Baseball Metal Cleats) 
Tlie State of California has requested through the National Federation of High School 
Athletic Associations that the metal cleats be permitted for their baseball programs. 
Each state has received their information concerning their request and they are seeking 
to have the rule on the metal cleats reestablished. 

How/ever, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has gone on record 
supporting the present rule and would not favor any change that would allow the metal 
cleat to be used. Please be advised of this when your area schools are sent a 
questionnaire concerning the metal cleat. 

THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OPPOSES THE USE OF 
THE METAL CLEAT! 



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1986 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 




PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Page 13 - 2-5-3 - In Sixth line ader 5-1-1-e add ( 
Page 37 - 8-1-1 -e — In last line alter forced' insert or attemp- 
ting to steal 

Page 40 - Article 4 Eliminate second sentence up to and inclu- 
ding (2}.' capitalize For,' and eliminate comma after award' 
Page 58- Points of Emphasis - In the I9th line of Placement of 
Runners When Interference Occurs, revise to read. In most 
however, with some violations by the batter or with the umpire 
Page 69 - Under Activity Item 7 — Change rule reference to 
5-1-2-c 

Comments on the Rules 

Page 54 - 3-3-1 -k — In third line delete "declared out" and insert 
"ejected " 

Page 56- 8-3-1 -c — In second sentence after advance' insert "or 
who are stealing " In last line after "runners" insert "or runners 
attempting to steal " 

SITUATION #1: B1 appears at bat wearing a helmet that does not 

bear an exterior warning label, and is detected by the umpire 

RULING: The umpire will require the batter to secure a legal 

helmet 1-1-5 

SITUATION #2: B1 appears at bat wearing a helmet that bears an 

exterior warning label, but the helmet does not have the NOCSAE 

stamp Since the coach verified to the umpire-in-chief during the 

pre-game coaches/umpires conference ttial his players were 

dressed in compliance with the rules, this shall include batting 

helmets 

RULING: The helmet is legal only if the coach has verification that 

the helmet was manufactured after July 22. 1982. and that it meets 

NOCSAE standards 1-1-5 

SITUATION #3: The coach of the defensive team aks the umpire to 

inspect the batting helmets worn by runners occupying first and 

second base 

RULING: Umpires are not required to inspect helmets However, if 

an umpire detects a helmet without an exterior warning label, that 

player shall obtain a legal helmet. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #4: As Bl steps into the batter's box, the umpire 

notices that Bis helmet does not bear an exterior warning label 

RULING: The umpire shall order the player to obtain a legal helmet. 

and then the umpire shall warn the player's coach that the next 

player to violate the rule shall be ejected. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #5: Prior to the game, or during the game, the coach 

notices that the warning label on one of his team's batting helmets 

has come off and is not to be found 

RULING: The coach may affix the proper warning label to the 

helmet's exterior, which would then be in compliance with the rule 

1-1-5 

SITUATION #6: The coach goes to a sporting goods store to obtain 

exterior warning labels tor his team's helmets. However, the 

sporting goods dealer does not have any exterior warning labels 

available, or does not know what he should do to obtain any 

RULING: If exterior wanning labels are not available through local 

dealers and suppliers, the coach should contact the manufacturer 

If he IS still unable to obtain a supply of labels, he should contact his 

state association and let them know of the problem In an 

emergency situation, in order for helmets to meet the rule 

requirements, so that they can be used in a game, a coach may wish 

to have exterior labels prepared by using the suggested NOCSAE 

warning statement 

DO NOT USE THIS HELMET IF THE SHELL IS CRACKED OR 
DEFORMED OR IF INTERIOR PADDING IS DETERIORATED. 

SEVERE HEAD OR NECK INJURY, INCLUDING PARALYSIS OR 
DEATH, MAY OCCUR TO YOU DESPITE USING THIS HELMET. 
NO HELMET CAN PREVENT ALL HEAD INJURIES OR ANY NECK 
INJURIES A PLAYER MIGHT RECEIVE WHILE PARTICIPATING 
IN BASEBALL OR SOFTBALL. 1-1-5, NOCSAE Manual 

SITUATION #7; The umpire notices that a player in the coach's box 

IS not wearing a protective helmet 

RULING: The umpire will require the player to obtain a legal 

helmet If the umpire issues a warning to the coach that the next 

player to violate the rule shall be ejected. 'then upon the next 

occurrence, the violator would be ejected 1-1-5 

SITUTION #8: Rl is on third and R2 is on second. As 83 attempts to 

hit. F2 touches the tip of the bat or steps upon the plate to catch the 

pitch. 

RULING: B3 is awarded first base. Rl and R2 remain on third and 

second base respectively, since neither was stealing or forced to 

advance 8-3-1 -c 



SITUATION »9: The umpire observes F2 wearing a loose-fittmg 

bracelet Upon closer examination, the umpire discovers the the 

bracelet describes F2 s diabetic condition 

RULING: The umpire will instruct F2 to securely tape the bracelet 

to the wrist in such a way that it is visible, but so that it does not pose 

a potential danger lo other players fyledical alert bracelets and 

necklaces are not considered jewelry 1-1-6 Note 

SITUATION tflO: As Bl enters the batters box the umpire notices 

thai 81 s ring finger has an excessive amount of tape around it A 

closer look reveals the outline of a class ring 

RULING: Illegal All jewelry is prohibited. Since the coach was to 

have verified to the umpire-m-chief during the pre-game 

umpires/coaches conference that all his players are dressed m 

compliance with the rules, he shall be warned that the next player 

to violate the rule shall be ejected 1-1-6 Note 

SITUATION #11: In the sixth inning, SI replaces R2 at second base 

While 81 runs to second base to get in position, his neck chain 

bounces up and down around his neck The umpire tells Si that 

neck chains are illegal and that it has to be removed SI says that it 

IS a medical alert necklace and that he has to wear it The umpire 

than asks Si if it is taped to the body, SI says that it is. Having his 

doubts, the umpire asks SI to showhim.at which time 31 raises his 

jersey, which reveals that the medical alert necklace has not been 

taped to the body. 

RULING: The umpire shall require SI to tape the necklace to the 

body, so that it remains visible 1-1-6 Note 

SITUATION #12: While taking his warmup pilches, the umpire 

notices F1 wearing a medical alert bracelet on hispitchinghand. Is 

F1 allowed to continue wearing the medical alert bracelet on the 

pitchng hand"^ 

RULING: If a medical alert bracelet is to be worn by the pitcher, it 

shall be worn on the nonpitching hand 1-1-6 Note 

SITUATION #13: Prior to the game, the coach of the visiting team 

informs the umpire-in-chief that he does not wish to play the game 

on bases with tapered edges 

RULING: If the bases are two-five inches thick and meet other 

National Federation rul specifications, the bases are legal, 

therefore, the game shall be played 1-3-1 

SITUATION #14; With no outs, and Rl on third and R2 on second. 

84 hits down the left field line R2 maliciously runs over F5 as Rl 

touches home plate 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately If R2 initiated malicious 

contact with F5 before Rl touched home plate, then R2 is out and 

ejected, and Rl would have to return to third base. If R2 initiated 

malicious contact after Rl had touched homeplate.RI's run would 

count 2-5-3, 3-3-1 -f 

SITUATION #15: Rl is on second base, 82 is obstructed and 

thrown out at first Rl attempts to advance to third and Is tagged 

out 

RULING: R 1 is returned to second and B2 is awarded first base 8- 

3-1 -c 

SITUATION #16: With the bases loaded. B4 singles Rl scores. 

then maliciously runs over F2 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately Rl's run would count and 

he would be ejected for unsportsmanlike behavior 2-5-3, 3-1-1-f 

SITUATION #17: In a close play at second base the umpire calls Rl 

out The first base coach rushes up to the umpire, wildly waving his 

hands above his head and insisting that the umpire was in error. 

RULING: The umpire need not warn a coach or player before 

ejecting him Blatant, unbecoming behavior is cause for immediate 

ejection, otherwise the umpire may first issue a warning. 3-3-1-k 

SITUATION #18: Rl is on third base. F1 starts his pitching motion, 

B2 requests ' Time. " which the umpire does not grant The batter 

steps out of the box and the pitcher stops in the middle of his 

delivery 

RULING: The umpire shall call "Time." and if in his judgment. 

neither player's actions were deliberate, he shall order play to start 

anew 6-2-4-d 

SITUATION #19: With Rl on third. R2. who was on second, tries to 

steal third as B3 is obstructed 

RULING: B3 is awarded first base and R2 is returned to second 

base, Since he had no right to steal an occupied base. 8-3-1-c 

SITUATION #20: As F1 starts his windup. Bl jumps out of the 

batter's box for no apparent reason F1 does not deliver a pitch, 

RULING: The umpire shall call 'Time," and if in his opinion, the 

batter deliberately tried to cause the pitcher to balk, he shall eject 

him 6-2-4-d, 3-3-1-b 

SITUATION #21: With a count of three and two on 81, with two 

outs, Bl steps out of the batter's box without being granted "Time" 

and Fl throws a low pitch that bounces in the dirt and goes to the 

backstop Does the ball remain alive'? 

RULING: As soon as the pitch is delivered, the umpire shall call its 

strike, in which case the batter is declared out immediately for the 

third out 6-2-4-d 



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The K.H.S.A.A. 

Salutes the 

winners of the 

Academic Showcase 




The first annual Sweet 16 Academic Showcase, initiated by Lexington Mayor Scotty Baesler, was held in 

Lexington, Kentucky, in conjunction with the Sweet 16 Boys' Basketball Tournament. Three hundred and 

thirty-six students from 82 high schools competed in final competitions on the Transylvania University 

campus Wednesday, March 19 through Friday, March 21, 1986 

Results of the 12 competitions are as follows: 

English - Essay Writing 

1st Place Danville High School — Jennie Reigelman 

2nd Place Eastern High School - Seth SIratton 

3rd Place Owensboro High School — Kim Ellis 

Speech 

Ist Place Warren Central High School — Robert Stephen Meadows 

2nd Place Barren County High School -- Stacey Johnson 

3rd Place Daviess County High School — Robin Buskill 

Music - Vocal 

1st Place Nelson County High School - Mary Wilson 

2nd Place Kentucky School for the Blind — Mark Taylor _ ■ 

3rd Place Loyd Memorial High School - Nathan Piatt 

Math 

1st Place: Tales Creek High School 

Team Members: Andre Wiegand, Cory Granbenbauer, Mike Raney, Si C Lai 
2nd Place Lincoln County High School 

Team Members R Bryan Ratliff. B Keilh Durham. Scott Morris. Leann Toombs 
3rd Place Henry Clay High School 

Team Members Voleny Sheen. Akshay Desai. Wayne Worley, Brennan Gaunce. 
Computer 
1st Place J M Atherton High School 

Team Members Robert French, Dannie Gregoire. Greg Duncan, David Geller 
2nd Place St Xavier High School 

Team Members Jim Cabral. Brian Bischof, Bob Nonnehkamp. Don Dickerson 
3rd Place Bowling Green High School 

Team Members: Mike Finley, David Milter. Chris Thomas. Anson Hsich 
Journalism - Advertising 
Isl Place Knott County Central High School 

Team Members Kim Arrington, Bridgetle Thornsberry, Sandy Adams, Ron Thornsberry 
2nd Place Pleasure Ridge Park High School 

Team Members Brian Couch, Kelli Peck. Frederick Reynolds. Christopher Flatt 
3rd Place Boone County High School 

Team Members Robin Miller, Michael Toles, Sam Jones 
Journalism - Feature Writing 

1st Place Mason County High School — Hannah Horch 
2nd Place Danville High School - Julia DeVille 
3rd Place Owensboro High School -- Kimberly Ellis 
English - Creative Writing 

1st Place Southern High School — Christopher Gilbert 
2nd Place Breckinridge County High School — Gregory L Tate 
3rd Place Oldham County High School — Jenniler Fuller 
Instrumental Music 

1st Place Ballard High School — Eugene Yang 
2nd Place Harrison County High School — Caria Laytart 
3rd Place: Graves County High School ~ Bart Dawson 
Journalism - Photography 

1st Place: St Xavier High School — Arthur Cummins 
2nd Place Harrison County High School — Pat Jennings 
3rd Place Paintsville High School — Amy Wallers 
Art - 2-Dimensional 

1st Place Henry Clay High School — Charles Lister 
2nd Place Ballard High School — Jeffrey Friend 
3rd Place Beechwood High School — Philip Dietz 
Art - 3-Dimensional 

1st Place Lafayette High School — Elissa Graft 
2nd Place: Ballard High School — William Kersey 
3rd Place: Raceland High School — Laura Whitt 

All academicians were recognized at center court in Rupp Arena during the basketball tournament. This 
event has proven that in Kentucky, education and athletics complement and benefit each other. 



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Official Publication of ttie 
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VOL. XLVIII NO. 9 



APRIL, 1986 



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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Greenwood Executive Inn, 
Bowling Green, Kentucky on Thursday, March 27, 1986. 
The meeting was called to order at 8:30 am, by President 
Pat Crawford with all the Board members. Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett present. Mr. 
Lloyd Redman was present representing the State 
Department of Education. Mr. Redman gave the 
invocation. 

Charles Wilson moved, seconded by Grant Talbott, that 
the minutes of the January 18, 1986, meeting of the Board 
be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
January 1 and endmg February 28, 1986, beapproved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. Representing 
Section 3, Charles Miller was unopposed. Mr. Miller serves 
as Principal of Pleasure Ridge Park High School In 
Section 4, Principal Sam Chandler, Shelby County High 
School received a total of 25 votes while hisopponent Rick 
Schepman, of Carroll High School received 8 votes. 

Following a discussion of the proposals to be submitted 
to the Delegate Assembly, Frank Welch moved, seconded 
by Charlie Wilson, that the following proposals be 
submitted to the Delegate Assembly for consideration on 
April 18, 1986: 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Ken Cox of Tates Creek High School proposes 
that the following changes be made in By-Law 27, 
Limitation of Seasons: 

a. Organized practice in pads shall not begin before 
August 1. 

b. The first game shall not take place prior to eleven (11) 
weekends prior to sub-district play-offs (effective 
with the 1986 football season). 

Primary Reasons for Change Are: 

1. Assist those schools whose athletics are struggling in 
terms of financial obligations - commitments. 

2. Weather is more conducive to an earlierstart, thereby 
enabling more fan support which means more reve- 
nue. 

3. Many schools have already obligated or are in the 
process of attempting to secure contracts for the 
weekend of August 22-23. 

PROPOSAL II 
Superintendent Jack Burkich, Letcher County Schools 
in conjunction with the Kentucky Valley Education 
Cooperative, proposes that the following section be added 
to By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons under basketball: 
Girls: That girls basketball be designated a fall sport with 
season practice beginning on the third Monday in 
July, the season opening on the first Monday in 
September, and the season ending on November 
30. The district tournament shall be played during 
the first week in December, the regionals the 
second week, and the state tournament played 



during the third week in December. 
The rationale for the above proposal includes the 
following: 
1. Increase fan support for girls' basketball. 
2 More efficient and effective scheduling of school 
facilities and buses. 

3. Fewer problems in scheduling referees. 

4. Better press coverage for girls' basketball. 

5. Possibility of using the same coaches for girls' and 
boys' basketball. 

6. Better opportunity to develop feeder programs for 
girls' and boys' basketball 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal David S. Points, Montgomery County High 
School proposes that By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons 
(Section (2) under Soccer) be amended as follows: "The 
first soccer game shall not take place prior to the Monday 
preceding Labor Day and extend the next nine weekends 
with the regional tournament to follow the next weekend 
and the State Soccer Tournament to take place the 
following week" 

The rationale for the above proposal includes the 
following: 

1. Limits school night travel to once weekly, whereas 
presently we are traveling two school nights and one 
weekend night on certain occasions. 

2. Will allow injured players and academically ineligible 
players increased time to heal an injury or bring up a 
poor grade. 

3. Will increase gate receipts as our attendance will in- 
crease with added weekend matches vs. a decrease in 
gate receipts with school night matches. 

4. Will increase practice time by at least one day per 
week. 

5. The state soccer tournament will be complete before 
football playoffs begin 

PROPOSAL IV 
Note: The 1985 Delegate Assembly voted to change By- 
Law 21, Number of Basketball Games to provide that both 
football and non-football playing schools be limited to 24 
regular season games beginning with the 1986-87 school 
year. 

Principal Oliver Hawkins, Oneida Baptist Institute 
proposes that By-Law 21 as approved by the 1985 
Delegate Assembly be changed to read as follows: "A 
school maintaining a footbal team shall not play more than 
twenty-four (24) basketball games during the season, and 
a school which does not maintain a football team shall not 
play more than thirty (30) games. 
PROPOSAL V 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that the 
following be deleted from By-law 20, Section 1, Contests 
Within State: "advertising, concessions or any other 
source." Should a game or tournament be played in a 
gymnasium or other location where a catering company or 
similar organization holds a contract for concessions 
and/or advertising, this provision as it relates to 
concessions and/or advertising does not apply. 
Rationale: This change will permitschoolstosolicitfinan- 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



APRIL, 1986 VOL. XLVIII, NO. 9 

Published monthly, except June and July by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication 
560 E Cooper Dr , P O Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522 

Third class postage paid at Richmond. Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103 Act of October 3. 191 7, authorized tvlay 
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Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to 
K H S A A , P O Box 22280. Lexington, Kentucky 40522 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY tUIAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

I .■x,,i.|l.„, K<>nlu. ty 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Patrick L, Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville. Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas. Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville. Tony Olinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington. Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff. Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Ovi^ensboro. Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
Versailles. David Webb (1983-1987) Brownsville. Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry. Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden, Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
Representative 

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cial assistance from corporate sponsors. 
PROPOSAL VI 
The K, M.S. A, A. Board of Control proposes that a. & b, of 
By-Law 5. Section 5 be deleted and that By-Law 3. 
Scholarship become Section (a) of By-Law 5. This By-Law 
would then read as follows: 
SECTION 5. MINIMUM ACADEMIC REQUIREMENT 

(a) A contestant must have, for the current semester up to 
and including IVIonday of the week in which the con- 
test occurs, a passing average in each of at least four 
full-credit high school studies or their equivalent in 
units of credit accepted for graduation. Grade school 
students participating in athletics shall be passing in 
at least four-fiflhs of their subjects No special recita- 
tions or tests a re to be given for the purpose of making 
a student eligible. Student managers and any other 
student having an official connection with the athletic 
program shall come under this scholarship rule. 

(b) Grade school students must receive passing grades 
in at least four-fifths of their studies to be eligible and 
meet the enrollment requirements as specified in 
Sections (a) and (b). 

(c) To be eligible to begin athletic competition in grades 
9-12, a student must be at his/her proper grade level. 
To be at the proper grade level, a student must have 
earned four (4) full units of credit accepted toward 
graduation prior to the beginning of his/her second 
year (grade 10) to be eligible during the second year; 
nine (9) units prior to the beginning of his/her third 
year (grade 11) to be eligible during the third year; 
and fourteen (14) units prior to the beginning of his/ 
her fourth year (grade 12) to be eligible during the 
fourth year. 

Rationale: Since students are now required to be at their 
proper grade level, it is no longer necessary or 
feasible that their eligibility be determined on a 
semester basis. 

PROPOSAL VII 
The Board of Control proposes that the following be 



added to Article IV Administration and Legislation. 
Section 2b. "Terms of the minority members on the Board 
shall be staggered so that the representatives of Regions 
1-8 shall be elected in an even numbered year with the 
representative of Regions 9-16 being elected in an odd 
numbered year. Each term shall be for a period of four 
years. 

Rationale: This would eliminate a 40% turn over in 
membership on the Board of Control in a given year as 
presently is the case 

IVlr Wise gave a brief report on the progress of the Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament He stated that he would 
provide a more detailed report on both the boys' and girls' 
tournament during the April meeting of the Board. A 
financial audit of both tournaments will appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete", 

Principal Don Turner, Danville High School appeared 
before the Board to discuss the Academic requirements 
for students under Section 5 of By-Law 5 Following the 
discussion. President Crawford thanked tvlr. Turner for his 
comments and recommendations. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Frank Welch, that the 
Board go into executive session for the purpose of 
discussing employment contracts, salaries and other 
matters pertaining to personnel. The motion passed 
unanimously and all staff members left the room. 

President Crawford declared the executive session over 
at approximately 11:30 am and invited the members of the 
staff to return. At this point. Chester Turner moved, 
seconded by David Webb that the recommendations of the 
Executive Committee be approved as submitted. All 
members voted in favor of the motion. 

A copy of the employment contract on each member of 
the staff is on file in the K.H.S.A.A. Office files. 

Mr. [Vlills presented the letter received from 
representatives of Boone County High School, proposing 
a change in the present alignment in the basketball 
districts m Northern Kentucky. Following lenghty 
discussion, David Webb moved, seconded by Chester 
Turner, that the request be referred to the Basketball 
Committee with the recommendation that they follow the 
guidelines as established for requested change in 
basketball district alignments. The motion passed 
unanimously, 

A request was made by Brigid DeVries to conduct a 
survey of the Track schools to determine whether or not to 
add the 3200 meter relay to the program of Track events. 
The Track and Field Committee was unanimous in their 
recommendation to conduct the survey. The Board of 
Control approved the request, and the survey will be 
conducted this spring. If approved, the relay would not be 
added until the 1986-87 track season. 

A recommendation on an increase in Volleyball off icial's 
fees will be made during the April Board Meeting. 

Louis Stout requested the Board to consider an increase 
in the game fee for baseball umpires. He recommended 
that beginning with the 1986 season, baseball officials be 
paid $22.50 for a single game, $37.50 for double headers 
and a travel allowanceof .15per mileforall mileage over 75 
miles. Chester Turner moved, seconded by Tom 
Buchanan, that the recommendation be approved as 
submitted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented the letter received from George 
Stout, requesting that he be permitted to conduct try-outs 
for those students interested in participating in the 
Kentucky-Indiana All-Star game. Ken Tippett moved, 
seconded by Charlie Wilson, that the request be approved. 
All members voted aye. 

The next regular meeting of the Board is scheduled to be 
held at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 560 East Cooper 
Drive, Lexington on Thursday, April 17, 1986. at 2:00 p.m. 

There being no further business, Ray Story moved, 
seconded by David Webb, that the meeting be adjourned. 
The motion carried unanimously. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1986 




Front Row: Head Coach Dave Fraley, Derrick Dalton, Robbie Ramsey, Tony Dotson, Jeff Pierce, Shannon 
Fraley, Sonny Long, Demetrius Upton, Don Price. Second Row: Asst. Coach Roscoe Denney, Asst. Coach 
Darry Burkett. IVIgr. Kevin Pierce, Rod Edwards, Derek Shadoan, Billy Hardy, Reggie Hanson, Greg New, Barry 
Stringer, Roger Dykes, Mgr. Kenny Rollins, Asst. Coach, Avery Hatfield. Asst. Coach Wayne Cox. 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Dwayne Cornett Hazard 

Scott Draud Highlands 

Shannon Fraley Pleasure Ridge Park 

Reggie Hanson Pulaski Co. 

David Hogg Owensboro 

John Pelphrey Paintsville 

Desmond Porter Pleasure Ridge Park 

Felton Spencer Eastern 

Avery Taylor Owensboro 

Carl Wallace Hazard 

Lament Ware Hopkinsville 

Derrick Wilcox Pleasure Ridge Park 



BOYS STATE 


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


Yvon Allen 


Hazard 


Phil Burkeen 


Bowling Green 


Donnie Byars 


Lexington 


Dwigint Gordon 


Danville 


Rip Hatfield 


Louisville 


Robert Holt 


Crofton 


Dennis Jackson 


Paducahi 


Burney Jenkins 


Georgetown 


Marvin Moore 


Morehead 


Jim Stethen 


Bedford 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1986 




Charia Prather, Betty Johnson, Terri Harned, Nancy Crutcher, Teri Hartiage, Missy Reynolds, Leisa Hambrick, 
Cindy Cheatham, Toni Henley, Dawn Job, Leslie Texas, Stephanie TIncher. 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Trina Anderson Assumption 

Cindy Cheatham Oldham County 

Temeka Cook Franklin-Simpson 

Jeanna Cornett Meade County 

Nancy Crutcher Oldham County 

Dina Disney Meade County 

Lisa Doyle Mason County 

Ram Gooch Franklin-Simpson 

Stephanie Gossum Marshall County 

Kris Miller Owensboro Catholic 

Myra Rhodus Conner 

Mary Taylor Marshall County 



GIRLS STATE 


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


IVIike Carter 


Mayfield 


Jackie Cupp 


London 


Wayne Divine 


Central City 


Hae Durbin 


Elizabethtown 


Ernie Liggett 


Louisville 


Danny Percell 


Elizabethtown 


John Radjunas 


Mt. Sterling 


Ron Smith 


Louisville 


Phillip Tucker 


East Point 


Bob Weihe 


Louisville 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



PAGE FIVE 



PLEASURE RIDGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL 
RUNNER-UP 




standing: Mike Baxter, Larry Kihnley, Milte Mulrooney, Tracy Coward, Ravone Effinger, Milte Jarett, Brian Jointer, Darren 
Embry, Tony Dorsey, Terry Rusti, Charles Miller, Head Coach, Dale Mabrey. Sitting: Mike Ashby, Richard WInebrenner, Mark 
Woods, Roylln Williams, Derrick Wilcox, Tim Beamus, Desmond Porter, Kevin Lewis, James Taylor. Sitting on floor: Chip 
Sanders, Todd Goss. 



FRANKLIN-SIMPSON HIGH SCHOOL 
RUNNER-UP 




Traci Smith, Machelle Finn, Nan Wright, Shana Woodward, Yolanda Harris, Kelly Cook, Pam Gooch, Felisa Johnson, Dee Dee 
Dean, Temeka Cook, Mashei Hammonds. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



1986 Kentucky State High School Boys' Basketball Tournament Results 
at Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 
„ March 19-22, 1986 

HOPKINSVILLE 63 



PAINTSVILLE 



HOPKINSVILLE 



WARREN EAST 



OWENSBORO 



PULASKI CO. 



OLDHAM CO. 



OWENSBORO 



OWENSBORO 



PULASKI CO. 



CLARK CO. 



PULASKI CO. 



HIGHLANDS 


74 


HAZARD 


52 


HAZARD 






84 




HAZARD 


EASTERN 


44 






69 


54 


ELIZABETHTOWN 








81 




EASTERN 









WOODFORD CO. 35 






PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 82 




PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 48 




PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 56 


EAST CARTER 57 








TILGHMAN 50 




TILGHMAN 73 







PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 45 



PULASKI COUNTY 



1986 Kentucky State High School Girls' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky 

March 26-29, 1986 



HENRY CLAY 





67 
38 


MARSHALL CO. 


46 


OLDHAM CO. 




MARSHALL CO. 


OLDHAM CO. 


61 


51 




LOU. SOUTHERN 


MEADE CO. 


43 






44 




OLDHAM CO. 


MEADE CO. 


54 






63 






LESLIE CO. 








75 




MEADE CO. 


CONNER 


50 






72 




CONNER 


MASON CO. 










60 






LIVINGSTON CENTRAL 


CUMBERLAND 


37 






39 




CUMBERLAND 






37 




OWENSBORO CATH. 


MASON CO. 


57 






52 


45 






ASHLAND 


FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 


56 


FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 48 






62 




MASON CO. 


LOU. ASSUMPTION 


46 






70 




LOU. ASSUMPTION 








57 




JOHNSON CENTRAL 


FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 


48 






53 




FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 










41 




WAYNE CO. 









From The Commissioner's Office 



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BASKETBALL RULES CHANGES ANNOUNCED 

Believing that the "bench decorum rule" has had a positive effect in 
high school basketball, the National Federation Basketball Rules 
Committee has made two additions but no modifications to rules 10-4 and 
10-5 for the 1986-87 season. 

Beginning with the 1986-87 season, coaches may rise from the bench to 
acknowledge a replaced player. This could occur toward the end of a 
game when the coach rises to shake the hand of a starter who has been 
withdrawn. In addition, a coach will now be able to confer with 
personnel at the scorer's table regarding a timing error, scoring 
error, or alternating possession error. If an error is not prevented 
or corrected, however, the team will be charged with a time out. 

"The committee believes that the positive things that have occured from 
the bench rule outweigh the negative factors," said Dick Schindler, of 
the National Federation. "The committee believed that the focus 
returned to the play of the game rather than what was happening along 
the sideline. The committee evaluated all the criticism from coaches 
who felt they were too restricted and had to change their style of 
coaching, but believed the benefits like improved crowd and bench 
behavior outweighed these complaints." 

Schindler also noted that of the state association offices that 
contacted the National Federation regarding the "bench decorum" rule, a 
large majority were in favor of keeping the rule unchanged. According 
to K.H.S.A.A. Executive Assistant Billy Wise, a voting member of the 
eleven person committee, several proposals for different levels of 
modification to the rule were presented. "None of those, including the 
request from Kentucky, has been approved at this time". Wise noted. 

In other action, the committee increased the penalty for an intentional 
personal foul to include re-possession of the ball. Beginning with 
1986-87, the penalty for an intentional foul will be two free throws 
and the ball out of bounds nearest the foul. The rule defining change 
of status was deleted. Previously a time out could not be called after 
80 percent of the time limit had expired (four seconds for throw in, 
eight seconds for backcourt, etc.). This change will allow the team to 
call timeout any time before a violation occurs. 

In addition, the committee deleted the requirement for a designated 
player to execute the throw in. As has been common practice, the team 
can determine who should make the throw in. 

The committee also made a number of minor editorial changes, which will 
be detailed and emphasized when the new rule books are issued this 
fall. Points of emphasis for the coming season include delays for 
conferences prior to free throws, off-the-ball coverage by officials, 
and the pre-game dunk. 



OPEN DATES FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS 

Scott County High School has an open playing date on September 12 
(would prefer an away game), and September 26 (would prefer home 
game). Contact John Crigler at (502) 863-2640. Apollo High School 
has an open playing date October 31. Contact A.D. Dale Stewart at 
(502)685-3121. Madisonville North Hopkins High School, has an open 
date for September 5 this fall. Would like to sign contract for home 
and home series. Contact Coach Bob Louden, (502) 825-6022. 
Christian County High School has an open football date on October 3 
and October 10. Contact Athletic Director Wilton Gant at (502) 
887-1100. Washington County needs a home game on September 6. 
Contact Coach Tom Hamilton at (606) 336-3996. Fleming Neon needs 
a home game September 26. Contact David Jones, Principal, 
(606)855-7597 or (606)855-7465. 

Corbin High School has open dates Sept. 12, 19 and 26, and Oct. 3, 
10, and 24. Call Coach Adams at (606) 528-3902. Franklin County 
High School needs games on Sept. 5, 19 and 26, and Oct. 17. Contact 
Coach Dearborn at (502) 695-4155. Harrison County High School 
needs games on Sept. 19 and Oct. 17. Contact Coach Graham at (606) 
234-4382 or at home (606) 234-1631. Lafayette High School needs 
game on Sept. 12 and Oct. 24. Contact Coach Fee (606) 278-7103 or at 
home (606) 223-3002. Whitehouse High School (TN) needs game on 
October 3. Contact Jeff Porter (615)672-3762. Coal Grove (OH), 
near Ashland, needs a game on September 12 or 13. Contact David 
Waller, A.D., at 532-6345 or 532-5833, Clay County needs a game 
August 29. Contact Coach Hensley (606)598-3737. Simon Kenton 
needs a game September 12. Call Coach Jim Dougherty or A.D. Joe 
Stark (606)356-3541, or 356-6622. Shelby County needs a game 
October 24. Contact Athletic Director Rod Cloyd at (502)633-2443. 
Cocke County High School, Newport, Tennessee, has an open football 
date September 19. Contact Coach Larry Williams at (615)623-8718. 

**N0TE**** If your school has a date listed, and the date has now been 
filled, please advise the K.H.S.A.A. office. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ROY BOWLING, LAUREL COUNTY 

The National High School Athletic Coaches Association has announced 
that Roy Bowling, Head Girls' Basketball Coach at Laurel County High 
School has been selected as 1985 Coach of the Year for Region 3. Roy. 
is now one of three nominees for national coach of the year. 
Evaluative criteria include tenure, championship years, win-loss 
percentage, service to the profession, the community and to high school 
athletics. Coach Bowling will be honored at the 21st annual NHSACA 
Convention in June. 

KENTUCKY ATHLETIC DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION NOTES 

The 17th annual National Athletic Directors Conference will be held at 
the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, on December 14-17, 1986. At the 1985 
Convention, Manual A.D. Bob Jacobs was officiallly place on the NIAAA 
Board of Directors, a term he will hold for the next three years. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 



Effective with school year, 
basketball, football, soccer, 
wrestling will be required to 
June 30, 1986. New officials 
until the current deadlines, 
during 
should 



1986-87, officials in baseball, 

Softball, track, volleyball, and 

re-register between May 1, 1986 and 

will still be permitted to register 

Registration forms are being mailed 

April to all currently registered officials, and many officials 

already have received a copy. If your address is not correct or 



you have had trouble receiving mailings, magazines, etc. from this 
office, you should contact Mrs. Pruitt immediately to have her double 
check your address. Officials not re-registering during the 
May-June period will be assessed a $25.00 late charge in addition to 
the normal fees required. There will be no waivers from this policy 
or fee. 



If you do not receive your re-registration form prior to June 1, you 
should contact this office immediately. Non-receipt of information 
will not be an acceptable reason for waiver of the late fee. 

The new registration schedule is due in part to a new reciprocal 
agreement between the states adjacent to Kentucky in an effort to allow 
the ratings, years service, and other items, to transfer from one state 
to another. 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are the starting dates for 
events, along with the first day of practice. 



the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Al 1 owed 


Finals 
(Tentative 


Soccer 


July 20 


Sept. 1 


6-20 


Nov. 1 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 1 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Nov. 1 


Football 


July 30 


Aug. 29 


11 


Nov. 28-29 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr, 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



These dates are corresponding to the 1985-86 calendar, and are current 
as per the 1985-86 Constitution and By-Laws. Dates for 1986-87 
championships are tentative. 



PROPOSAL 48 - NEW NCAA REGULATION PASSES 

Effective immediately, incoming students to an NCAA member 
institution who wish to immediately participate in intercollegiate 
athletics at the Division I level must have maintained a 2.0 grade 
point average in a core curriculum including at least three years 
English, two years math, two years social science, and two years of 
physical or natural science; as well as having attained a 700 combined 
score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a 15 composite score on 
the ACT; and be a high school graduate. 

When the full body of the NCAA Convention passed the rule at its 
January meeting, it passed the by-law, as amended to phase in the 
requirements over a two year period. The amendment stated that 
eligibility may be attained for incoming athletes after August 1, 1986 
and prior to August 1, 1987 by one of five possible combinations -- 

G.P.A. and SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 

2.2 and above 660 13 

2.100-2.199 680 14 

2.000-2.099 700 15 

1.900-1.999 720 16 

1.800-1.899 740 17 

For students entering on or after August 1, 1987 and prior to August 1, 
1988, the scale allows three possible combinations -- 

G.P.A. and SAT Verbal & Math or ACT Composite 

2.1 and above 680 14 

2.000.2.999 700 15 

1.900-1.999 720 16 

The By-Law, which follows By-Law 5-l-(j), on pages 92 & 93 of the NCAA 
Handbook, also allowed for an exception which states, "An exception may 
be granted by the NCAA Eligibility Committee for a student who left 
high school after completion of his junior year or during his senior 
year to enter a member institution under an early admissions program 
open to students solely on the basis of outstanding academic 
performance and promise, and provided that for the last four semesters 
completed in high school, the student maintained an accumulative grade 
point average of 3.5 (based on a maximum of 4.0) and ranked in the top 
20 percent of the students class, and that the student met all of the 
requirements of a qualifier except for graduation from high school." 

Should you have any questions, or desire an interpretation, contact the 
Athletic Department of the NCAA member closest to you. In Kentucky- 
Bellarmine, Centre, Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky (University of), 
Kentucky State, Kentucky Wesleyan, Louisville, Morehead State, Murray 
State, Northern Kentucky, and Western Kentucky are member institutions. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




KENTUCKY STATE CHAMPIONS — From left to right: Charia Pralher, Betty Johnson, Terri Harned, Nancy Crutcher, Teri 
Hartiage, Missy Reynolds, Leisa Hambrick, Cindy Cheatham, Tonie Henley, Dawn Job, Leslie Texas, Stephanie Tincher. 
OLDHAM COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — 49 FORT WAYNE NORTHROP — 47 



Congratulations . . . 

to the Colonels and the Giants. 



R 



MARION HIGH SCHOOL 





INDIANA STATE CHAMPIONS — First Row (left to right): Asst. Coach Mel Wysong, Coach Bill Green, Asst. Coach Ray Sims. 
Second Row: Manager Pat Ireland, Kevin Spurgon, Steve Walker, Robbie Morrell, Robert Stanley, Lyndon Jones, Manager Errol 
Randle. Third Row: Trainer Dick Lootens, Eric Persinger, Michael Craft, Jay Edwards, Scott Hunt, Daric Keys, Eric Ewer, Kyle 
Persinger, Jim Hudelson, Equip. Manager Don Hall. 

MARION HIGH SCHOOL — 77 PULASKI COUNTY - 75 



PAGE EIGHT 



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STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 30, 1986 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 5:00-6:00 p m. m front of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning. May 31, from 8:00- 
9:30 a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Shively Sports Center, Room 
102 on Friday, May 30. 

NOTE: The 800m Relay will be run in lanes all the way. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday, May 31, 1986 

10:00 — A Girls 100m Low Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls 100m Low Hurdles 
10:10 — AAA Girls 100m Low Hurdles 
10:20 — A Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys 1 10m High Hurdles 
10:40 — A Girls 100m Dash 
10:45 — AA Girls 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls 100m Dash 
10:55 — A Boys 100m Dash 
11:00 — AA Boys 100m Dash 
11:05 — AAA Boys 100m Dash 
11:10 — A Girls 800m Relay 
11:18 — AA Girls 800m Relay 
1 1 :26 — AAA Girls 800m Relay 
11:34 — A Boys 1600m Run 
11:42 — AA Boys 1600m Run 
11:50 — AAA Boys 1600m Run 
11:58 — A Girls 1600m Run 
12:06 — AA Girls 1600m Run 
12:14 — AAA Girls 1600m Run 
12:22 — A Boys 400m Relay 
12:28 — AA Boys 400m Relay 
12:34 — AAA Boys 400m Relay 
12:40 — A Girls 400m Relay 
12:46 — AA Girls 400m Relay 
12:52 — AAA Girls 400m Relay 

LUNCH BREAK 
1:30 — A Boys 400m Dash 
1:35 — AA Boys 400m Dash 
1:40 — AAA Boys 400m Dash 
1:45 — A Girls 400m Dash 
1:50 — AA Girls 400m Dash 
1:55 — AAA Girls 400m Dash 
2:00 — A Boys 300m Low Hurdles 
2:05 — AA Boys 300m Low Hurdles 
2:10 — AAA Boys 300m Low Hurdles 
2:15 — A Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:20 — AA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:25 — AAA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:30 — A Boys 800m Run 
2:35 — AA Boys 800m Run 
2:40 — AAA Boys 800m Run 
2:45 — A Girls 800m Run 
2:50 — AA Girls 800m Run 
2:55 — AAA Girls 800m Run 
3:00 — A Boys 200m Dash 
3:05 — AA Boys 200m Dash 



3:10 — AAA Boys 200m Dash 






3:15 — A Girls 200m Dash 






3:20 — AA Girls 200m Dash 






3:25 — AAA Girls 200m Dash 






3:30 — A Boys 3200m Run 






3:45 — AA Boys 3200m Run 






4:00 — AAA Boys 3200m Run 






4:15 — A Girls 3200m Run 






4:30 ^ AA Girls 3200m Run 






4:45 — AAA Girls 3200m Run 






5:00 — A Boys 1600m Relay 






5:08 — AA Boys 1600m Relay 






5:16 — AAA Boys 1600m Relay 






5:24 — A Girls 1600m Relay 






5:32 — AA Girls 1600m Relay 






5:40 — AAA Girls 1600m Relay 






6:00 - AWARDS 






FIELD EVENTS 




SHOT 


DISCUS 


9:00 — AA Boys 


9:00- 


- AA Girls 


10:30 — AAA Boys 


10:00- 


-AAA Girls 


12:00 — A Boys 


12:00- 


-A Girls 


1:30 — AA Girls 


1:30- 


- AA Boys 


3:00 — AAA Girls 


3:00- 


- AAA Boys 


4:30 — A Girls 


4:30- 


- A Boys 


POLE VAULT 


TRIPLE JUMP 


9:00 — AA Boys 


12:00- 


- AA Boys 


12:00- AAA Boys 


2:00- 


- A Boys 


3:00 — A Boys 


4:00- 


- AAA Boys 


LONG JUMP 




9:00 — AA Boys 


1:30- 


- AA Girls 


10:30 — A Boys 


3:00- 


-AAA Girls 


12:00 — AAA Boys 


4:30- 


-A Girls 


HIGH JUMP 




9:00 — AA Girls 


1:30- 


- AA Boys 


10:30 -AAA Girls 


3:00- 


- AAA Boys 


12:00- A Girls 


4:30- 


- A Boys 



SPORTSMANSHIP 

IS IN THE FAST TRACK 

RUN FOR IT 



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(f^J National Mascot of High Scliool Sports 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1986 



PAGE NINE 



1986 BASEBALL INFORMATION 

District and Regional Sites and Managers 



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DISTRICTS 
DISTRICT 1: Athletic Director Albert Norris, Lone Oak 
High School. College Avenue, Paducah, Kentucky 42001 
DISTRICT 2: Athletic Director James Baker, GravesCo 
High School, Rt 3 Box 558, Mayfield, Kentucky 42066. 
DISTRICT 3: Athletic Director Mark Cooper, Hickman 
County High School, Cresap St., Clinton, Kentucky 42031 
DISTRICT 4: Athletic Director Mark Brady, Murray High 
School, 501 Doran Road. Murray, Kentucky 42071. 
DISTRICT 5: Athletic Director Buddy Perry, Trigg County 
High School, Highway 66, East, Box 501-A, Cadiz, 
Kentucky 42211 

DISTRICT 6: Athletic Director Harold Jones, Caldwell 
County High School, Route 1 Box 137-B, Princeton, 
Kentucky 42445. 

DISTRICT 7: Athletic Director Jan Ireland, Madisonville 
N -Hopkins High School, US 41 North, Madisonville, 
Kentucky 42431 

DISTRICT 8: Athletic Director Lewis Snowden, Henderson 
High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, Kentucky 
42420. 

DISTRICT 9: Athletic Director Dale Stewart. Apollo High 
School, 2280 Tamarack Road, Owensboro, Kentucky 
42301 

DISTRICT 10: Athletic Director Ken Arbuckle, Bremen 
High School, Bremen, Kentucky 42325. 
DISTRICT 11: Athletic Director Pat Malone, Hancock 
County High School. Route 1. Lewisport, Kentucky 42351 
DISTRICT 12: Athletic Director Don Hayes, McLean 
County High School, Highway 136 Box 247, Calhoun, 
Kentucky 42327 

DISTRICT 13: Athletic Director J. Norm Weaver, Butler 
County High School, Box 248, Morgantown, Kentucky 
42261. 

DISTRICT 14: Athletic Director Walt Heath, Franklin- 
Simpson High School, South College, Franklin, Kentucky 
42134. 

DISTRICT 15: John W McCarley, Glasgow High School. 
Columbia Avenue. Glasgow. Kentucky 42101 
DISTRICT 16: Athletic Director Ralph Reece, Metcalfe 
County High School, Glasgow Road, Box 379, Edmonton, 
Kentucky 42129 

DISTRICT 17: Athletic Director Kenny Tabb, East Hardin 
High School, Glendale, Kentucky 42740 
DISTRICT 18: Athletic Director Phillip Eason, LaRue 
County High School, Route 1, Hodgenville, Kentucky 
42748 

DISTRICT 19: Coach Tom Bystrek, Washington County 
High School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 
40069. 

DISTRICT 20: Principal Charles Crawley, Marion County 
High School, Route 3, Lebanon. Kentucky 40033. 
DISTRICT 21: Athletic Director Charles Weathers, 
Shawnee High School, 4018 W Market Street, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40212. 

DISTRICT 22: Athletic Director Russ Kleine, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville. Kentucky 
40258. 

DISTRICT 23: Athletic Director Tasso Harris, Valley High 
School, 1020 Dixie Highway. Louisville, Kentucky 40272 
DISTRICT 24: Athletic Director Mike McDaniel, Iroguois 
High School, 4515 Taylor Blvd , Louisville, Kentucky 
40215 

DISTRICT 25: Athletic Director Paul Young, St. Xavier 
High School. 1609 Poplar Level Road. Louisville, Kentucky 
40217. 



DISTRICT 26: Athletic Director Jay Phillips. Atherton High 

School. 3000 Dundee Road. Louisville. Kentucky 40205. 

DISTRICT 27: Athletic Director Bob Moreland, 

Jeffersontown High School, 9600 Old Six Mile Road. 

Jeffersontown, Kentucky 40299. 

DISTRICT 28: Athletic Director Thomas Monaco, 

Kentucky Country Day. 4100 Springdale Road. Louisville, 

Kentucky 40222. 

DISTRICT 29: Athletic Director Keith Collins, Bullitt East 

High School, Highway 44 E., Mt. Washington. Kentucky 

40047. 

DISTRICT 30: Athletic Director Rod Cloyd. Shelby County 

High School, Rocket Lane, U.S. 60, Shelbyville, Kentucky 

40065 

DISTRICT 31: Athletic Director Bob Rowland. Oldham 

County High School, P O Box 187, Buckner, Kentucky 

40010. 

DISTRICT 32: Principal Tom Taylor, Owen County High 

School, Route 4, Owenton, Kentucky 40359 

DISTRICT 33: Athletic Director Owen Hauck, Boone 

County High School, 7056 Burlington Park. Florence, 

Kentucky 41042. 

DISTRICT 34: Athletic Director James Weyer, Newport 

High School, 900 E. 6th Street, Newport, Kentucky 41071 

DISTRICT 35: Athletic Director Andy Christofield. Scott 

High School, 5400 Old Taylor Mill Road, Covington, 

Kentucky 41015 

DISTRICT 36: Athletic Director Charles Highfield, Ludlow 

High School, 524 Oak St , Ludlow, Kentucky 41016. 

DISTRICT 37: Athletic Director Billy Anderson. Nicholas 

County High School. Old Pans Pike, Carlisle, Kentucky 

40311 

DISTRICT38: Athletic Director Steve Craig, Pendleton 

County High School, Route 4, Falmouth, Kentucky 41040. 

DISTRICT 39: Athletic Director Joe D. Gold, Fleming 

County High School, Route 2, Flemingsburg, Kentucky 

41041 

DISTRICT 40: Athletic Director Ewell Smoot, Jr., Bath 

County High School. Mam Street. Box 37, Owmgsville, 

Kentucky 40360 

DISTRICT 41: Athletic Director Bill Hill, Woodford County 

High School, Frankfort Street, Versailles, Kentucky 40383 

DISTRICT 42: Athletic Director Rick Phillips, Tates Creek 

High School, Center Parkway. Lexington, Kentucky 

40522 

DISTRICT 43: Assistant Principal Raymond Ross, 

Madison Central High School. 705 N. Second Street, 

Richmond, Kentucky 40475. 

DISTRICT 44: Athletic Director Tommy Mills, Boyle 

County High School, Perryville, Kentucky 40422. 

DISTRICT 45: Athletic Director Larry Yeager, Mercer 

County High School, 937 Moberly Road, Harrodsburg, 

Kentucky 40330. 

DISTRICT 46: Coach Jerry Wade, Russell County High 

School, South 127, Russell Springs, Kentucky 42642. 

DISTRICT 47: Athletic Director demons Bundy, Laurel 

County High School. 1705 South Mam St. , London, 

Kentucky 40241 

DISTRICT 48: Principal Dr Russell Bowen, Jackson 

County High School, Box 427, McKee. Kentucky 40447. 

DISTRICT 49: Athletic Director Ray Tipton. Corbin High 

School, 19th & Snyder St., Corbin, Kentucky 40701. 

DISTRICT 50: Athletic Director Michael Parker, Bell 

County High School, Route 1 Box 88, Pineville, Kentucky 

40977. 



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1986 SOFTBALL INFORMATION 

District and Regional Sites and Managers 



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DISTRICTS 

DISTRICT 1: Athletic Director Baker James. Graves 
County High School, Route 3 Box 558-1, Mayfield, 
Kentucky 42066 

DISTRICT 2: Athletic Director Ed Poste., Marshall County 
High School, Route 7, Benton, Kentucky 42025. 
DISTRICT 3: Athletic Director Danny Sundberg, 
Hopkinsville High School, 430 Koffman, Hopkinsville, 
Kentucky 42240 

DISTRICT 4: Athletic Director Jan L Ireland, Madisonville 
N -Hopkins. US 41 North, Madisonville. Kentucky 42431, 
DISTRICT 5: Athletic Director Wayne Wright. Daviess 
County High School, 425 New Hartford Road. Owensboro, 
Kentucky 42301 

DISTRICT 6: Athletic Director Ken Arbuckle, Bremen High 
School, Bremen, Kentucky 42325 

DISTICT 7: Principal Donald Hayes, McLean County High 
School, Box 247, Calhoun, Kentucky 42327 
DISTRICT 8: Athletic Director David Crowe, Warren 
Central High School. 559 Morgantown Road, Bowling 
Green. Kentucky 42101. 

DISTRICT 9: Athletic Director Ralph Reece. Metcalfe 
County High School. Glasgow Rd . Edmonton, Kentucky 
42129 

DISTRICT 10: Athletic Director Kenny Tabb, East Hardin 
High School, Glendale, Kentucky 42740 
DISTRICT 11: Principal Charles Crawley. Marion County 
High School. Route 3. Lebanon. Kentucky 40033. 
DISTRICT 12: Athletic Director Earl J. Henderson. Central 
High School. 1130 W. Chestnut. Louisville. Kentucky 
40203 

DISTRICT 13: Principal Charles Miller, Pleasure Ridge 
Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40256 

DISTRICT 14: Athletic Director George Greschel, Fairdale 
High School, 1001 Fairdale Road. Louisville. Kentucky 
40118 

DISTRICT 15: Athletic Director Jim Watkins. Southern 
High School. 8620 Preston Highway. Louisville. Kentucky 
40219. 

DISTRICT 16: Coach Steve Kaufman. Mercy Academy. 
1176 East Broadway. Louisville, Kentucky 40204 
DISTRICT 17: Athletic Director Darrell Fox, Seneca High 
School, 3510 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40220, 
DISTRICT 18: Athletic Director Ray Cope, Fern Creek 
High School. 9115 Fern Creek Road. Louisville. Kentucky 
40291 

DISTRICT 19: Athletic Director John Filar. Kentucky 
Country Day. 4100 Spnngdale Rd.. Louisville. Kentucky 
40222 

DISTRICT 20: Athletic Director Keith Collins, Bullitt East 
High School. P.O. Box 5. Mt. Washington. Kentucky 40047. 
DISTRICT 21: Athletic Director John Crigler, Scott County 
High School. 1036 Long Lick Pike. Georgetown. Kentucky 
40324 

DISTRICT 22: Athletic Director Frank Lyons. Walton- 
Verona High School, School Road, Walton. Kentucky 
41094 

DISTRICT 23: Joan Mazarro. Villa Madonna High School. 
2500 Amsterdam Road. Covington, Kentucky 41016. 
DISTRICT 24: Athletic Director Stan Steidel. Dayton High 
School. 200 Jackson Street, Dayton. Kentucky 41074, 
DISTRICT 25: 2Athletic Director Roger Walz. Highlands 
High School. 2400 Memorial, Fort Thomas. Kentucky. 



County High School Route 4. Falmouth. Kentucky 41040. 
DISTRICT 27: Athletic Director William Beard. Estill 
County High School. Winchester Rd . Irvine. Kentucky 
40336. 

DISTRICT 28: Athletic Director Bill Hill. Woodford County 
High School. Frankfort St.. Versailles. Kentucky 40383. 
DISTRICT 29: Athletic Director Larry Yeager. Mercer 
County High School. 937 Moberly Rd.. Harrodsburg. 
Kentucky 40330 

DISTRICT 30: Athletic Director Ray Tipton. Corbin High 
School. 19th & Snyder St.. Corbin, Kentucky 40701. 
DISTRICT 31: Principal Doug Campbell. Diice Combs 
High School. Box 159. Jeff. Kentucky 41751. 
DISTRICT 32: Principal Russell Bowen. Jackson County 
High School. Box 427. McKee. Kentucky 40447 
DISTRICT 33: Earl Holbrook. Morgan County High 
School. P O. Box 606, West Liberty. Kentucky 41472 

DISTRICT 34: Principal Tom Swartz, Pikeville High 
School, 116 N Mayo Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501. 

REGIONS 
REGION 1: Manager Jim Perrin. Christian County High 
School. Glass Avenue. Hopkinsville. Kentucky 42240. 
REGION 2; Athletic Director Wayne Wright, Daviess 
County High School, 4255 New Hartford, Owensboro, 
Kentucky 42301 

REGION 3: Athletic Director Bobby Williams, West Hardin 
High School, Route 62, Stephensburg, Kentucky 42781. 
REGION 4: Athletic Director George Greschel. Fairdale 
High School. 1001 Fairdale Road. Louisville. Kentucky 
40118 

REGION 5: Athletic Director Jay Levine. Male High 
School. 911 S Brook. Louisville. Kentucky 40203, 
REGION 6: Principal Tom Sims, Scott County High 
School. 1036 Long Lick Pike. Georgetown, Kentucky 
40324 

REGION 7: Athletic Director Stan Steidel. Dayton High 
School. 200 Jackson Street. Dayton. Kentucky 41074. 
REGION 8: Manager Larry Yeager. Mercer County High 
School. 937 Moberly Road. Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330. 
REGION 9: Principal Russell Bowen, Jackson County 
High School. Box 427, McKee, Kentucky 40447. 



1986 BASEBALL INFORMATION 

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DISTRICT 51: Athletic Director Mums Wilder. 

Cumberland High School. Redskin Dr.. Cumberland. 

Kentucky 40823. 

DISTRICT 52: Athletic Director Homer Brown, Jenkins 

High School, Highway 23, Jenkins, Kentucky 41537. 

DISTRICT 53: Principal Harold Combs. M.C. Napier High 

School. Highway 476. Hazard. Kentucky 41701 

DISTRICT 54: Athletic Director Bobby Smith. CordiaHigh 

School. Route 2, Hazard, Kentucky 41701 

DISTRICT 55: Principal Nelson White, Powell County High 

School, Highway 15 Box 488, Stanton, Kentucky 40380. 

DISTRICT 56: Athletic Director Alvin Ratliff, Johnson 

Central High School, Route 23 Box 530, Paintsville, 

Kentucky 41240 

DISTRICT 57: Athletic Director Robert May, Prestonsburg 

High School, North Lake Drive, Prestonsburg, Kentucky 

41653. 



DISTRICT 26: Athletic Director Steve Craig, Pendleton 



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PAGE ELEVEN 



Baseball Information 

Continued from page 9 

DISTRICT 58: Athletic Director Ken Trivette. Pikeville 

High School, 116 N Mayo Trail. Pikeville, Kentucky 

41501. 

DISTRICT 59: Athletic Director Mack Slone. Johns Creek 

High School. Route 1. Pikeville, Kentucky 41501 

DISTRICT 60: Athletic Director Marvin Moore, Rowan 

County High School, Route5, Morehead. Kentucky 41 169, 

DISTRICT 61: Athletic Director Maurice Reeder, Jr.. Lewis 

County High School, P.O. Box 99. Vanceburg, Kentucky 

41179. 

DISTRICT 62: Principal John Stephens, Raceland High 

School, Ram Drive, Raceland, Kentucky 41169. 

DISTRICT 63: Athletic Director Eddie Michael, Highway 

644, Lawrence County High School, Louisa, Kentucky 

41230 

REGIONS 
REGION 1: Athletic Director Jim Nix, Calloway County 
High School, 2108 College Farm Rd , Murray, Kentucky 
42071. 

REGION 2: Athletic Director Lewis Snowden, Henderson 
County High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson, 
Kentucky 42420 

REGION 3: Athletic Director Jack Hicks, Owensboro High 
School, 1800 Frederica St., Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 
REGION 4: Athletic Director Don Webb, Bowling Green 
High School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green. 
Kentucky 42101. 



REGION 5: Athletic Director Dwayne Ellis, North Hardin 

High School, 801 S. Logsdon Parkway, Radclift, Kentucky 

40160. 

REGION 6: Athletic Director Nelson Nunn, Holy Cross 

High School, 5144 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky 

40216 

REGION 7: Athletic Director Bob Morehead, 

Jeffersontown High School, 9600 Old Six Mile Lane, 

Jeffersontown, Kentucky 40299 

REGION 8: Coach Bob Eades, Walton-Verona High 

School. School Rd , Walton, Kentucky 41094. 

REGION 9: Athletic Director Joe Stark, Simon-Kenton 

High School, 5545 Madison Pike, Independence, 

Kentucky 41051. 

REGION 10: Athletic Director Joe Judy. Harrison County 

High School, Webster Ave. Ext . Cynthiana, Kentucky 

41031 

REGION 11: Athletic Director Ed Miracle, Madison Central 

High School, 705 North Second St., Richmond. Kentucky 

REGION 12: Athletic Director Larry Kinnett Russell 

County High School. South 127, Russell Springs, 

Kentucky 42642 

REGION 13: Athletic Director Murris Wilder, Cumberland 

High School, Redskin Di , Cumberland, Kentucky 40823. 

REGION 14: Athletic Director Bill Orme. Powell County 

High School. P O Box 488. Stanton, Kentucky 40380 

REGION 15: Athletic Director Ken Trivette, Pikeville High 

School, 116 N Mayo Trail, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501. 

REGION 16: Athletic Director Eugene Clark. Boyd County 

High School. 12307 Midland Trail Rd . Ashland. Kentucky 

41101 



1986 


MAY 


1986 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 










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2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


-1 "7 Regional Track 
1 / Meets 




D.- 


trict Softball Tournam 


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J ^Send Baskelball 
1 y Schedules to 
^..^ Assigning _, 
Secretaries 


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gional Tennis Tournan 
urnamenls Regional 


22 


23 


/-J A Sectional Track 
Z^- Meets 


. Regional Softball Tc 






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26 


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Boys' Regional Golf Tournaments 


29 


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sle Softball Tourname 


O H State Track 
^ ' Meets 


Girls' Regie 


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1986 


JUNE 




1986 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


State Goll Tournaments 


Semi-Final and Final 


state Baseball Tour. 


8 


9 

Mail in Annual Partici 


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jation List tor All Sports to K.H.S.A.A. Office 


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HAVE A NICE SUMMER VACATION !!!!! 



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1985-86 Approved 

and Certified 
Baseball Officials 



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1985-86 Approved 
Softball Officials 



The following Baseball officials have qualified for the 
ratings for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the 
National Federation Examination: 

APPROVED 

Cliffe Allen Eric Meguiar 

Earl Allen Glendale Meredith 

Charles A Barnett Thomas E. Myers 

James Beal Larry L Newsome 

James Chadwick Robert T Owsley 

Eugene Clem Richard L. Peace 

John Combs Terry A. Peckenpaugh 

Mike D. Curnutte James E, Phillippi 

Jon S Dawson Willie Scott 

Gary Emberton Joe Shown 

Greg Gumm Glenn Spalding 

Dean J. Hardin Randall Spalding 

Vaughn Hatcher Samuel E Thompson 

Charles Henderson Eric Trmkle 

Danny Hutchison Roy Turley 

Lynn Kearney Scotty D. Turner 

Gary M, Lester Sonny Turner 

Joseph C Lewis Ben Vest 

Thomas McHargue Harrison Wade 



The following Softball officials have qualified for the 
rating of APPROVED as a result of the National Federation 
Examination: 

APPROVED 

Garry A. Bagby 

Kay Bush 

Yvonne W. Cook 

Mike Curnutte 

Greg Gumm 

Janice K. James 

Donald C. Logsdon 

Don R. Myers 
Bobby W. Pearson 

Jerry V, Peavler 

Michael J, Robbins 

Kathleen Russell 



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Joseph L Taylor Bruce E Wren 



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Guy awards were announced in this column, written by Charlie Vettiner, who was known as "The Flying 
Dutchman". 

These coveted awards were the creations of "The Dutchman" during the glory years of Ted Sanford and 
Joe Billy Mansfield. When Charlie wrote his last column in 1969, he passed his Game Guy Program on to the 
K. M.S. A, A., but his Corn Cob Pipes and the Abou Ben Adhem citation went into retirement with him. 

After nearly two decades of inactivity, "The Dutchman" has been persuaded by five Kentuckians to fly 
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The old Cob Pipes and Abou Ben Adhem citations are now replaced by a handsome puck paper-weight, a 
colorful lapel pen and a certificate. Just as in bygone years, the Flying Dutchman awards will be made 
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CHEMICAL HEALTH 

First Lady will be honorary chairman National Advisory Committee 

Nancy Reagan to help Schools hit Target' 



First Lady Nancy Reagan has 
accepted the National Federation's 
invitation to serve as honorary 
chairman of the National Advisory 
Committee for the Target program. 

Mrs. Reagan will join the National 
Federation and Its member state 
associations to help students cope 
with alcohol and drugs. She has been 
involved in many programs to increase 
the public's awareness of the drug and 
alcohol problem that exists in the 
United States. 

"The use of drugs by young people Is 
one of our country's greatest 
problems," said Mrs. Reagan "Drugs 
are ruining the minds and bodies of our 
children, and if we don't do something 
now to change the situation, we are in 
danger of losing an entire generation." 

The National Federation Is in its 
second year of emphasizing drug and 
alcohol prevention and education to 
the 20,000 high school students in the 
United States. The Federation recently 




adopted Target as the official name of 
Its program, with the "target" being the 
youth of America. 

"We are truly excited to have Nancy 
Reagan join us in this worthy cause," 
said Brice Durbin, executivedirectorof 
the National Federation. "Visibility of 
her support will enhance acceptance 
of our programs at not only the 
national level but the state level as 
well." 

Durbin said that Mrs. Reagan will be 
"Instrumental as we continue to seek 



nationwide recognition and support of 
the Target program" The National 
Advisory Committee is still in its 
formative stage at this time. 

The Target program has two long- 
term goals. First, it seeks widespread 
understanding among students that 
healthy living is beneficial and that 
abuse of alcohol and drugs has serious 
consequences, both now and in the 
future. Second, Target is creating a 
skilled group of student leaders whose 
behavior will Influence their peers to 
lead healthy, socially responsible lives. 

The National Federation's Target 
program promotes and provides 
training programs that educate and 
promote the prevention of drug and 
alcohol abuse among school-aged 
youth. Target also provides a national 
organization of high school students 
committed to promoting healthy 
behavior among their peers. 

According to a recent survey, 83 
percent of all junior and senior high 
school students use alcohol, and 13 
percent of those students regularly 
attend classes under the influence of 
alcohol. One in three families in the 
United States is directly affected by 
alcohol abuse. And, among men and 
women ages 12 to 24, alcoholism is 
increasing at a rate of four percent 
each year. That is at least twice the rate 
of the increase in abuse among the 
general population. 

"This chemical epidemic among 
students presents a target for all 
Americans concerned about the future 
of our nation," Durbin said. "Hitting the 
target — and stemming the epidemic 
— requires widespread education. 
Even more, hitting the target requires 
effective prevention programs — 
programs that help students resist the 
peer pressure that engenders chemical 
abuse. If we hit our target, we can take 
chemical abuse 'out of style' in our 
society." 

Charles Stebbins, chemical health 
administrator at the National 
Federation, continues to work with the 
state associations to help them 
implement statewide programs. He 
began the 1986 year with a "how-to" 
workshop in Kansas City, which was 
attended by 21 individuals from state 
offices. 



On April 24-25, Stebbins was in West 
Virginia to help that state launch its 
chemical health program (see related 
story on West Virginia program), 

"We want to recognize West Virginia 
for its commitment to dealing with the 
problem of alcohol and drug abuse,"" 
Stebbins said. "We are pleased that 
West Virginia has taken an interest in 
developing a prevention and education 
program. It joins an ever-increasing 
number of states that are leading out in 
the effort of educating the nation's 
youth about the dangers of alcohol and 
drug abuse. 

"I also am excited that Nancy 
Reagan has agreed to be chairman of 
our National Advisory Committee. She 
is committed to solving the problems 
of drug and alcohol abuse, and so are 
we at the National Federation through 
the Target program." 




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Reprinted from the National Federation News 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVIII NO. 10 



MAY, 1986 



$5.00 PER YEAR 



Newly Elected Board Members 




Sam W. Chandler 



Charles W. Miller 



Charles W. Miller, Principal ol Pleasure Ridge Park High 
School in Louisville and Sam W. Chandler. Principal of 
Shelby County High School in Shelbyville have been 
elected to serve four year terms on the K.H.S. A. A Board of 
Control- Miller will replace outgoing Board member Ray 
Story. Principal of North Hardin High School who is 
completing his second term on the Board, and will 
represent the Section III. which encompasses basketball 
regions 5 & 6 Chandler replaces former Ballard High 
School Principal. Pat Crawford, who is serving as 
President of the Board of Control for 1985-86. as well as 
representing Section IV, basketball regions 7 & 8. 

Miller has served as Principal of Pleasure Ridge Park 
since 1 978. and was elected to the Board previously in the 
fall of 1981 to fill the unexpired term of Walter Pickett who 
had retired A native and graduate of Tompkmsville High 
School. Miller received an A. A, degree from Lindsey 
Wilson College, and received his B.A.. M.A.. and Rank I 
Certification from Western Kentucky University, and 
began his career in education as a teacher and football 
coach at Pleasure Ridge Park in 1963. In 1969. he took the 
position of Assistant Principal at Doss High School m 
Louisville, a position he held until accepting his current 
assignment at Pleasure Ridge Park. 

Miller has been active in the Louisville area and 
statewide as he has served on the Board of Directors of the 
Southwest Advisory Committee of Jefferson County since 
1980. has served as a member of the Advisory Committee 
of the Committee on Cultural Diversity for the Kentucky 
Center for the Arts, and is a member of the Board of 
Directors of the Kentucky Association of Secondary 
School Principals since 1983. Heandhiswife Carmen have 
two daughters. Caroline, a 20 year old senior-to-be at the 
Western Kentucky University, and Stephanie, a 12 year old 
student at Stuart Middle School in Louisville, and a son. 
Charles, a 16 year old junior at Pleasure Ridge Park. 

Sam Chandler |oins the Board after 21 years in the 
education profession including the last ten as principal at 
Shelby County High School A native of Shelbyville, 
Chandler graduated from Shelbyville High School, and 
received his B,A., MA , and Rank I Certification from 
Eastern Kentucky University His teaching career began at 
Fairdale High School in 1965 as a Teacher in Business 
Education, a position he maintained until moving to a 
similar one at Eastern High School in 1968. In 1970, 
Chandler moved to Seneca High School as a Business 




Education Teacher, before becoming Instructional 
Coordinator in 1974. Chandler also taught in the summei 
an adult education program of the Jefferson County 
Public Schools from 1969 until 1974, and served as a part- 
time instructor at the University of Louisville from 1973- 
1976 

His administrative career began in 1975 when he was 
named Assistant Principal at Shelby County High School, 
and the following year he was named to his current 
position as principal at Shelby County 

Also active in his community and throughout the 
Commonwealth. Chandler has served on the National 
Association of Secondary School Principals, the Kentucky 
Association of School Administrators, and the Ohio Valley 
Association of School Administrators, has been named 
Shelbyville Citizen of the Year, has been on the Board ol 
Directors of the Commonwealth Academic League since 
1984. and is Vice Chairman ol the Deacons of the First 
Baptist Church of Shelbyville. 

Chandler and his wife Charlotte, have two children, a 
daughter Stacy, a 16 year old junior at Snelby County, and 
a son Matt, a 15 year old Ireshman at Shelby County 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the KHSA A Office Building 
in Lexington, Kentucky, on Thursday, April 17, 1986 The 
meeting was called to order at 2:00 p.m by President Pat 
Crawford, All Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L DeVries and Louis Stout were 
present, Mr Lloyd Redman was present representing the 
State Department of Education Mr Crawford called upon 
Mr. Redman to give the invocation. 

President Crawford called on Leslie Miller to present her 
appeal to the Board on behalf of her son, Terry Nannie, a 
student at Reidland High School. Terry had been declared 
ineligible to participate m interscholastic athletics due to 
the fact that he had participated in football at Heath High 
School before transferring to Reidland High School 
Following Ms. Miller's presentation and questions to her 
and Terry by members of the Board, Ken Tippett made a 
motion, seconded by Tony dinger, that Terry Nannie 
remain ineligible for the Spring sports season, but may re- 
apply for eligibility for the Fall sports season if he so 
desires. The motion carried unanimously. 

The second appeal case was presented by Attorney Ed 
O'Daniel on behalf of Anthony Dale Daugherty. a Senior at 
Marion County High School. Also present were his 
parents. Phyllis and James Daugherty Anthony had been 
ruled ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 5. Section 
5b Following Mr. O'Daniel's presentation, a statement by 
Mrs. Daugherty. and a lengthy discussion. Ken Tippett 
made a motion, seconded by Tom Buchanan, that the 
Board uphold the ruling of the Commissioner in this case. 
The motion carried by a vote of eight in favor and one 
abstention. 

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MAY, 1986 



VOL. XLVIII, NO. 10 



Published monthly, except June and J jlyby the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
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K H S A A , P O Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522 

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BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Patrick L. Crawford (1982-1986) Louisville. Vice 
President-Chester Turner (1983-1987) Fort Thomas, Tom 
Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville, Tony Olinger (1984- 
1988) Lexington, Ray Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Grant 
Talbott (1984-1988) Ovi/ensboro, Ken Tippett (1985-1989) 
Versailles, David Webb (1983-1987) Brovirnsville. Frank 
Welch (1984-1988) Belfry. Charlie Wilson (1984-1988) 
Hyden. Lloyd Redman-State Department of Education 
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iMinules Continued lioni Page 11 

The next presentation was made by Knox Central High 
School Track Coach Kim Messer who had requested to 
appear before the Board to appeal the realignment of the 
Track classes. Following her appeal, she was advised that 
the new alignment had been approved for two years but 
that the Board would appreciate her making any 
suggestions or proposals for changes before the 
alignment is evaluated for 1987-88. 

Commissioner Mills then informed the Board of a 
situation in Jessamine County where three basketball 
players have participated in league games after the end of 
the regular season, thereby violating By-Law 32. Post 
Season and All-Star Games Ray Story madea motion that 
the Commissioner reinstate each of the players with a 
warning. Tony Olinger seconded the motion which 
carried unanimously. 

Principal Rob Cox and Superintendent Huston 
DeHaven, of the Breckinridge County Schools appeared 
before the Board of Control to present a proposal for the 
selection of the site for the Third Region Basketball 
Tournament in the future Following a discussion of the 
presentation, the Commissioner was instructed to invite 
representatives from those schools assigned to Region 3 
in basketball to meet with him to discuss the proposal 
presented by Mr Cox and report his recommendation to 
the full Board for consideration. 

Tom Buchanan made a motion, seconded by Tony 
Olinger. that the minutes of the March 27, 1986. meeting of 
the Board be approved The motion carried unanimously. 

Frank Welch moved that all bills of the Association for 
the period beginning March 1 and ending March 31. 1986 
be allowed. The motion was seconded by David Webband 
carried unanimously. 



Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave the following report 
on the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments: 

Boys Attendance: 123,045 

Ticket Sales: 5575,318.50 

Expenses: $216,654.88 (approx.) 

Girls Attendance: 26,957 

Ticket Sales: S97, 464.00 

Expenses: $80,209.77 (approx.) 

Mr Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August "Athlete". 

Charlie Wilson made a motion, seconded by Frank 
Welch that the Board accept the following 
recommendations of the Basketball Committee: 

(1) Approve the request of Superintendent Phyllis 
Williamson to move Jackson High School from Dis- 
trict 55 to District 56 in basketball. 

Note: This request was considered at the January 
meeting of the Board and referred to the Basketball 
Committee for recommendation. 

(2) That The June Buchanan School be assigned to Dis- 
trict 55 in basketball. 

Note: The June Buchanan School will have completed 
Its two year candidacy status at the end of the 1985-86 
school year 

(3) That the request received from representatives of 
Boone County High School, proposing change in the 
present alignment in basketball districts Northern 
Kentucky be deferred to the January 198i meeting of 
of the Board of Control This is in keeping with the 
guidelines as established by the Board of Control for 
requested change in basketball district alignment. 

(4) That the Commissioner be authorized to request bids 
from interested parties on the site for the 1988 and 
1989 boys and girls state basketball tournaments and 
that he include in his bid information that both the 
K.H.S.A.A. and the successful bidder retain the right 
to cancel the second year of the agreement upon 30 
day written noticeshouldeither party believe it to be in 
their best interest Such notice must be received on or 
before May 1, 1988 

lt\/tinules Continued on Page 4) 



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National High School 

Activities Week 
October 19-26, 1986 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



PAGE THREE 



Minutes of the 
Annual Meeting 




The 70th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association was held at the office of the 
K.H.S.A.A . Lexington, on Friday morning, April 18, 1986, 
The invocation was given by Father Harry Jansen 

President Pat Crawford called the meeting to order at 
11:00 a,m. Fifty-nine elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1985-86 school 
year. Tim Barrows moved, seconded by Late Walter, that 
the report be accepted The motion carried unanimously 
(The Commissioner's report is printed elsewhere in this 
issue of the "Athlete") 

Commissioner Mills introduced newly elected members 
on the Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as 
follows: Principal Charlie Miller, Pleasure Ridge Park High 
School, representing Section 3 and Sam Chandler, 
Principal of Shelby County High School, representing 
Section 4. 

Commissioner Mills stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. 

Proposal I 

Principal Ken Cox of Tales Creek High School proposes 
that the following changes be made in By-Law 27, 
Limitation of Seasons, 
a Organized practice in pads shall not begin before 

August 1 
b. The first game shall not take place prior to eleven (11) 
weekends prior to sub-district play-offs (effective 
with the 1986 football season) 
Primary Reasons for Change Are: 

1 Assist those schools whose athletics are struggling in 

terms of financial obligations - commitments 

2 Weather is more conducive to an earlier start, thereby 

enabling more fan support which means more 
revenue. 
3. Many schools have already obligated or are in the 
process of attempting to secure contracts for the 
weekend of August 22-23. 
Don Turner moved, seconded by Marvin Moore that 
Proposal I be adopted Bob Haggard moved that item a 
under Proposal I be amended to read that organized 
practice in pads shall not begin until 30 days prior to the 
opening game of the season. The motion died for lack of a 
second. 
The motion to adopt Proposal I failed by a vote of 1 8-36 

Proposal II 

Superintendent Jack Burkich. Letcher County Schools 
in conjunction with the Kentucky Valley Education 
Cooperative, proposes that the following section be added 
to By-Law 27, Limitation of Seasons under basketball 
Girls: That girls basketball be designated a fall sport with 
season practice beginning on the third Monday in 
July, the season opening on the first Monday in 
September, and the season ending on November 30. 
The district tournament shall be played during the 
first week in December, the regionals the second 
week, and the state tournament played during the 
third week in December. 
The rationale for the above proposal includes the 
following: 

1. Increase fan support for girls' basketball. 

2. More efficient and effective scheduling of school 
facilities and buses. 

3. Fewer problems in scheduling referees. 

4. Better press coverage for girls' basketball. 



5 Possibility of using the same coaches for girls' and 
boys' basketball 

6 Better opportunity to develop feeder programs for 
girls' and boys' basketball. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Father Harry Jansing 
that Proposal II be tabled The motion to table passed by a 
vote of 44-9 

Proposal III 

Principal David S Points. Montgomery County High 
School proposes that By-Law 27. Limitation of Seasons 
(Section (2) under Soccer) be amended as follows The 
first soccer game shall not take place prior to the Monday 
preceding Labor Day and extend the next nine weekends 
with the regional tournament to follow the next weekend 
and the State Soccer Tournament to take place the 
following week" 

The rationale for the above proposal includes the 
following 

1. Limits school night travel to once weekly, whereas 
presently we are traveling two school nights and 
one weekend night on certain occasions 

2. Will allow injured players and academically ineligible 
players increased time to heal an injury or bring up a 
poor grade. 

3. Will increase gate receipts as our attendance will in- 
crease with added weekend matches vs a decrease 
in gate receipts with school night matches 

4. Will increase practice time by at least one day per 
week. 

5. The state soccer tournament will be complete before 
football playoffs begin 

Jim Watkins moved, seconded by Sam Chandler that 
Proposal III be tabled The motion to table passed bv a vote 
of 40-12 



Proposal IV 

Note: The 1985 Delegate Assembly voted to change By- 
Law 21 , Number of Basketball Games to provide that both 
football and non-football playing schools be limited to 24 
regular season games beginning with the 1986-87 school 
year 

Principal Oliver Hawkins, Oneida Baptist Institute 
proposes that By-Law 21 as approved by the 1985 
Delegate Assembly be changed to read as follows: A 
school maintaining a football team shall not play more 
than twenty-four (24) basketball gamesduringtheseason, 
and a school which does not maintain a football team shall 
not play more than thirty (30) games. 

James M. Davis moved, seconded by Jim Price that 
Proposal IV be adopted. The motion to adopt failed by a 
vote of 12-46 

Proposal V 

The KH.S A.A Board of Control proposes that the 
following be deleted from By-Law 20, Section I, Contests 
Within State: "advertising, concessions or any other 
source". Should a game or tournament be played in a 
gymnasium or other location where a catering company or 
similar organization holds a contract for concessions 
and/or advertising, this provision as it relates to 
concessions and/or advertising does not apply. 
Rationale: This change will permit schools to solicit 
financial assistance from corporate 
sponsors. 

Lafe Walter moved, seconded by Jim Swart that 
Proposal V be adopted. The motion to adopt passed by a 
vote of 58-0. 



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I Annual Meeting Continued from Page 3) 



(Board t\/leeting Continued from Page 2) 



Proposal VI 

The KH.S.A A Board of Control proposes that a. & b. of 
By-Law 5. Section 5 be deleted and that By-Law 3. 
Scholarship become Section (a) of By-Law 5, This By-Law 
would then read as follows; 
Section 5: Minimum Academic Requirement 

(a) A contestant must have, for the current semester up 

to and including Monday of the week in which the 
contest occurs, a passing average in each of at least 
four full-credit high school studies or their equiva- 
lent in units of credit accepted for graduation. 
Grade school students participating in athletics 
shall be passing in at least four-fifths of their 
subjects. No special recitations or tests are to be 
given for the purpose of making a student eligible. 
Student managers and any other student having an 
official connection with the athletic program shall 
come under this scholarship rule, 

(b) Grade school students must receive passing grades 

in at least four-fifths of their studies to be eligible 
and meet the enrollment requirements as specified 
in Sections (a) and (b) of Section 1, 

(c) To be eligible to begin athletic competition in grades 

9-12, a student must be at his/her proper grade level , 
To be at the proper grade level, a student must have 
earned four (4) full units of credit accepted toward 
graduation prior to the beginning of his/her second 
year (grade 10) to be eligible during the second 
year; nine (9) units prior to the beginning of his/her 
third year (grade 11) to be eligible during the third 
year: and fourteen (14) units prior to the beginning 
of his/her fourth year (grade 12) to be eligible during 
the fourth year. 
Rationale: Since students are now required to beattheir 
proper grade level, it is no longer necessary 
or feasible that their eligibility be determined 
on a semester basis 
Don Turner moved, seconded by Larry Kelsch that 
Proposal VI be adopted. The motion to adopt passed by a 
vote of 56-2, 

Proposal VII 

The Board of Control proposes that the following be 
added to Article IV Administration and Legislation, 
Section 2b. "Terms of the minority members on the Board 
shall be staggered so that the representatives of Regions 
1-8 shall be elected in an even numbered year with the 
representative of Regions 9-16 being elected in an odd 
numbered year. Each term shall be for a period of four 
years. 

Rationale: This would eliminate a 40% turn over in 
membership on the Board of Control in a 
given year as presently is the case, 

Jim Watkins moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that 
Proposal VII be adopted. The motion to adopt passed by a 
vote of 59-0, 

Principal Jerry Ainley, Calloway County High School, 
moved, seconded by Virgil Yates that the reinstatement of 
spring football practice be brought before the Delegates 
for consideration. The motion failed by a vote of 22-34. 

Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by Tim Barrows, that 
the 70th meeting of the Delegate Assembly be adjourned. 
The motion passed unanimously. 



(5) That the price for tickets to the 1987 Boys State 
Tournament be set at $5.00 for upper arena tickets and 
$7.00 for lower arena tickets 

The motion carried unanimously. 

Chester Turner made a motion that the Board accept the 
following Football Committee's recommendations: 

(1) That South Hopkins High School's request to be 
placed in Class AA, Region I, District 2, be denied; 

(2) That Caverna High School's request that Trigg 
County High School be moved from Class A, Region I, 
District 2 to District 1 in that Region and that they be 
replaced with Campbellsville High School be denied: 

(3) That Metcalfe County High School's request to be 
moved from Class A, Region I, District 2 to Class AA, 
Region II, District 1 be approved. 

(4) That George Rogers Clark High School's request to 
place two Fayette County schools in Region IV. Dist- 
trict 1 be tabled until all parties involved could be 
contacted. 

Ray Story seconded the motion. The motion carried by a 
vote of 8 in favor and 1 opposed. 

David Webb made a motion, seconded by Charlie Wilson 
that Outgoing President Pat Crawford and Outgoing Vice 
President Chester Turner be named Delegate and 
Alternate respectively to the forthcoming Annual Meeting 
of the National Federation to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada 
beginning June 29, 1985, 

Commissioner Mills requested the Board's approval to 
pay Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. fort he insurance premiumsdue 
for the 1986-87 school year. Ray Story moved to approve 
Mr. Mills request and Grant Talbott seconded the motion, 
which carried unanimously 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to 
be held at Lake Barkley on Friday, July 25th, 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries recommended the 
following raise in volleyball officials' fees effective for the 
1986-87 school year: 

$18,00/regular match: 

$22,00/regional tournament match; 

$26,00/state tournament match. 

Tony dinger made a motion to accept the above 
recommendation, and Chester Turner seconded the 
motion. The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



Game Gal 
Award 

Donna Medley 



The Game Gal Trophy is awarded to a high school 
athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a 
physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Donna was the unanimous choice of the 
K.H.S.A.A Game Gal Award Committee for the 1986 
trophy. 

Donna is a junior at Southern High School in Louisville, 
where she plays volleyball and softball and carries a 3.9 
grade point average. She is also active in other school 
clubs and organizations. Donna has overcome a major 
handicap. She was born with only one arm. Her left arm did 
not develop below the elbow. This has not hindered Donna 
in her participation in athletics. She is very deserving of 
this recognition. 




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PAGE FIVE 




1985-86 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-fourschools joined the Association 
for the 1985-86 school year Ten of these schools enroll 
girls only and eight have only boys. In 1984-85 there were 
298 schools, in 1983-84 there were 298. 

There were 196 schools involved in Football. Classes A. 
AA. AAA and AAAA championship games were played at 
the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was 
approximately 13,748 and gross receipts were S49,282 50 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $32,538 75 

In Cross Country 177 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred fifty girls' teams entered all 
three classes in twenty-three regionals. The expenses 
incurred in sponsoring this sport were $9,974.56 and the 
receipts were $3,053 Classes A, AA and AAA were held in 
Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park, 

There were fifty-four schools competing in Wrestling, in 
eight districts and four regions with the winner and runner- 
up in each weight class advancing to the finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton High 
School. Expenditures incurred were $6,730.26 The 
receipts were $5,580 00 

In Swimming sixty-six girls' teams and sixty-eight boys' 
teams competed for the championships. The meets were 
held at Crescent Hill Pool in Louisville on February 21-22, 
1986. The receipts were $3,108.50 and the expenses were 
$7,129.14. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district Basketball tournaments were $545,466.16 while 
the regional tournaments took in $465,363.00 for a total of 
$1,010,829.16. Attendance at the Boys' State Tournament 
was approximately 123,045 as compared to 122,749 for last 
year. The gross receipts this year for the tournament are 
estimated at $609,863 85 with expenditures of 
approximately $219,996.38. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
was 26.957 The gross receipts were $104,140 70 with 
expenditures of approximately $81,479.34. A complete 
report will appear in the audit. 

There were eighty schools competing in Soccer The 
State Tournament was held in Louisville from October 28- 
November 7, 1985. The receipts were $8,761.22 and 
expenses incurred were $5,104.18. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 
sixty-two. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was 
held at the University of Kentucky on November 1-2. 1985. 
Expenses incurred were $3,838 09 with receipts of 
$2,598.30. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 266 Baseball teams 
will compete in sixty-three districts and sixteen regions; 
185 Softball teams will compete in nine regions; 241 girls' 
and 245 boys' Track teams will compete in twelve regions 
each, 153 girls' and 202 boys' Golf teams will play in 19 
regions; 196 girls' and 198 boys' Tennis teams will play in 
twelve regions. State championship meets will be held in 
Baseball at Elizabethtown; Softball in Louisville; Track at 
the University of Kentucky; girls' Golf at Elizabethtown 
Country Club, Elizabethtown; boys' Golf at Doe Valley 
Golf Course, Brandenburg; Tennis at the University of 
Kentucky. 

A total of 2720 officials registered with the Officials' 
Division of the Association as of April 8, 1986, and the 
number of approved and certified officials in each sport 
are as follows; 



108 


506 


487 


1538 


390 


763 


23 


184 





254 





10 


3 


63 


7 


36 



Registered Approved Certified Total 

146 
344 
194 
67 
54 
3 
12 
10 
Secretaries conducted twelve clinics in 
Basketball for officials and 
coaches Assistant Commissioner Bngid L DeVries 
conducted three track clinics and three volleyball clinics 
for officials and coaches 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissionersana 
I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in 
running the program for the Association 



Baseball 


252 


Basketball 


707 


Football 


179 


Soccer 


94 


Softball 


200 


Track & Field 


7 


Volleyball 


48 


Wrestling 


19 


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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 




Lisa Doyle, Marion Co 



The J B Mansfield Award for 1986 was won by Lisa 
Doyle of Mason County. Miss Doyle was a participant in 
many scfiool activities and clubs, was active in the 
community, maintained a tremendous academic 
achievement record, and helped pace the Mason County 
Lady Royals to consecutive trips to the Girls' Sweet 
Sixteen Tournament. 

The J.B. Mansfield Award is given annually by the 
Louisville Courier-Journal and Times in memory of Mr 
Joe Billy Mansfield, long-time Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association employee who served as an Assistant 
Commissioner from 1949 to 1972, and as Commissioner 
from 1972 until his ill health forced him to leave the 
Association in December of 1975. A committee of school 
personnel from throughout the state selects the winner 
from the participant in the Girls' State Tournament who 
excels in four areas: basketball ability, sportsmanship, 
academic accomplishments, and citizenship. 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Nancy Crulcher, Oldham Co. 

Junior Nancy Crutcher of Oldham County was named 
the Most Valuable Player of the Girls Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament for 1986 Crutcher's strong inside play and 
soft medium range shooting touch was instrumental in 
leading Dave Weedman's Oldham County Lady Colonels' 
to the championship in the state tournament. For the four 
game tournament, Crutcher tallied 64 points and pulled 
down 18 rebounds. 

Winners of the award have been — 

Girls' Tournament 

981 - Lori Hines. Pulaski County 

982 - Maria Poschinger, Mercy Academy 

983 - Clemette Haskins. Warren Central 

984 - Carol Parker, Marshall County 

985 - Annette Jones, Atherton 

986 - Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 

Boys' Tournament 

981 - Troy McKinley, Simon Kenton 

982 - Todd May. Virgie 

983 - Steve Miller. Henry Clay 

984 - Fred Tisdale, Logan County 

985 - Wendell Quarles, Hopkinsville 

986 - Reggie Hanson, Pulaski County 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 



Scholarship Winners have been — 

Boys' Tournament 

1985 - George Harrison "Chip " Nixon, Metcalfe County 

1986 - Jeff Baldwin, Paintsville 
1986 - John Calvert, Hopkinsville 

1986 - Justin Hancock, Paducah Tilghman 

Girls' Tournament 

1985 - Tammy Golden, Whitley County 

1986 - Jana Newman, Wayne County 




Jana Newman, Wayne Co. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO K.H.S.A.A. PRINCIPALS 

Within the next few weeks, the K.H.S.A.A. will be mailing supplies to 
the member schools. PLEASE IMMEDIATELY DISPOSE OF ALL OLD TRANSFER 
FORMS, GAME CONTRACTS, ELIGIBILITY BOOKLETS, and PARTICIPATION LISTS 
which you will not use during the remainder of this school year. These 
forms and publications have changed considerably in the past few years, 
and it is important and will expedite the processing of any inquiry if 
you will use the current form. Please advise the K.H.S.A.A. if you run 
out of any form, and we will be happy to provide you with additional 
copies. 

PADDING REQUIREMENTS CHANGED FOR BASKETBALL BACKBOARDS 

Padding on rectangular backboards must meet new specifications as a 
result of action at the National Federation Rules Committee Meeting. 
Both the bottom front and the bottom back edge of a rectangular board 
must be padded up a distance of 3/4 of an inch with a minimum of 1 inch 
thickness. The bottom and side padding must continue to meet the 
current 2 inch thickness requirement. Schools should examine the 
padding on their backboards to be sure the proper thickness is being 
used. Inexpensive padding kits are to be made available in the next few 
weeks through sporting goods dealers to assist in conforming to this 
rule. One other note, the newly approved shorter backboard is optional, 
NOT required as some salesmen seem to be telling member schools. 

ADDITIONAL PADDING REQUIRED FOR POLE VAULT LANDING PADS 

Track schools which sponsor the pole vault will be interested to note 
that beginning in 1987, all pole vault landing pads will require front 
pads, extending from the main landing pad and surrounding the pole vault 
planting box. Rule 7-4-5 of the Track and Field Rules states that the 
front pad must: 1) Be a minimum of four feet deep, extending from the 
main landing pad towards the front edge of the planting box; 2) Have a 
maximum cut-out for the planting box of 36 inches, measured across the 
bottom of the cut-out; 3) Have the back of the cut-out placed no farther 
than 14 inches from the vertical plane of the top of the stopboard (end 
of planting box); 4) Be attached to the main landing pad or encased in a 
common cover with the main landing pad. Diagrams of the change are 
available from the Association office, and will probably be printed in 
next year's track rules manuals. 

RULE INTERPRETATION - FOOTBALL PRACTICE WITHOUT PADS 



Practice without pads, as referred to in the Limitation of Seasons - 
Football, is defined as: Players who wear shoes, socks, shirts, and 
shorts. No player may wear any pads required by Rule 1, Section 5, 
Article 1 except shoes. Any team violating this provision will 1) be 
placed on indefinite probation, 2) may not scrimmage for two seasons, 
and 3) may be prohibited from taking part in the play-off system. 



OPEN DATES FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

August 29-30 - Clay County. Coach Hensley (606) 598-3737. 

September 5-6 - Clark County . Harry Dinsmore (605)744-6111. 
Laurel County. demons Bundy, (606)864-7371. Madison 
Central. Ed Miracle, (606)623-1530. Madisonville North 
Hopkins. Would like to sign contract for home and home series. 
Coach Bob Louden, (502) 825-6022. Paintsville. Walter Brugh, 
(606)789-3881. Washington County . Coach Tom Hamilton at (606) 
336-3996. 

September 12-13 - Bellevue. John Heck, (606)261-2980. Coal 
Grove (OH), near Ashland. David Waller, A.D., at 532-6345 or 
532-5833. Estill County. William Beard, (606)723-3537. Meade 
County. Jim DeVries (502) 422-4931. Scott County, (would 
prefer an away game). John Crigler at (502) 863-2640. Simon 
Kenton. Call Coach Jim Dougherty or A.D. Joe Stark (606) 355-3541, 
or 356-6622. 

September 19-20 - Cocke County , Newport, Tennessee. Coach Larry 
Williams at (615) 623-8718. Corbin. Call Coach Adams at (606) 
528-3902. East Carter. Vickie Young, (605)474-5714. 
Murray. Mark Brady, (502) 753-5202. Pikeville. Ken 
Trivette, (506)432-0186. 

September 26-27 - Corbin. Call Coach Adams at (506) 528-3902. 
Fleming Neon. David Jones, Principal, (605) 855-7597 or (606) 
855-7455. Scott County, (would prefer an home game). John 
Crigler at (502) 863-2640. South Hopkins. Lonnie Burgett, 
(502)575-8891. Todd Central . Arthur Douglas, (502)255-2430. 

October 3-4 - Christian County. Athletic Director Wilton Gant at 
(502) 887-1100. Clark County. Harry Dinsmore, (606)744-6111. 
Corbin. Call Coach Adams at (606) 528-3902. Fort Campbell. 
Marshall Patterson, (502)431-5056. Madison. Velmar Miller, 
(605)623-4959. Whitehouse (TN). Jeff Porter (615) 672-3762. 

October 10-11 - Christian County. Athletic Director Wilton Gant 
at (502) 887-1100. Corbin. Call Coach Adams at (606) 528-3902. 

October 17-18 - Harrison County. Coach Graham at (606) 234-4382 
or at home (606) 234-1631. Marshall County. Ed Postel , 
(502)527-1453. Mayfield. Bob Sparks, (502)247-5582. 
Washington County. Tom Hamilton, (606)336-7555. 

October 24-25 - Belfry. A.D. Paul Dotson, (606) 353-7230. 
Corbin. Call Coach Adams at (606) 528-3902. Henderson. 
Lewis Snowden, (502)827-2505. Owen County. Jo Ella Wallace, 
(502)484-5509. Shelby County. Athletic Director Rod Cloyd at 
(502) 633-2443. Somerset. John Cain, (606)679-4241. Western 
Hills. Ron Wigglesworth, (502)875-2900. 

October 31-November 1 - Apollo High School. A.D. Dale Stewart at 
(502) 685-3121. Danville. Tom Duffy, (606)236-6373. Rowan 
County. Marvin Moore, (606)784-8956. 

November 8-9 - Raceland. John Stephens, (606)836-7129. 

**NOTE**** If your school has a date listed, and the date has now been 
filled, please advise the K.H.S.A.A. office. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL KHSAA OFFICIALS 

Effective immediately officials re-registering with the K.H.S.A.A. 
will be required to re-register between May 1, 1986 and June 30, 
1986. First time officials will still be permitted to register until 
the old deadlines. Registration forms were mailed during April to all 
currently registered officials. Many officials have already re- 
registered, and should receive confirmation and begin receiving 
materials on or about July 1. Officials not re-registering during 
the May-June period will be assessed a $25.00 late charge in addition 
to the normal fees required. There will be no waivers from this 
policy or fee. If you did not receive the information, please contact 
the K.H.S.A.A. immediately. However, Non-receipt of information will 
not be an acceptable reason for waiver of the late fee. 

ACCOLADES TO KENTUCKY COACHES FROM N.H.S.A.C.A. , CONVERSE 

Several representatives of K.H.S.A.A. member schools have been selected 
as nominees for National Coach of the Year in their particular sport by 
the National High School Athletic Coaches Association. They are -- 
Football Coach Garnis Martin, Bardstown; Cross Country Coach Gordon 
Bocock, Pulaski County; Girls Basketball Coach Roy Bowling, Laurel 
County; Boys Track Coach Lyman Brown, Paducah Tilghman; Girls Track 
Coach Reba Woodall, Bryan Station; and Baseball Coach Don Richardson, 
Madison Central. In addition, Kentucky Country Day Gymnastics Coach 
Debbie Howell was nominated. The awards program is sponsored by 
Converse and the N.H.S.A.C.A. 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1986-87 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
events, along with the first day of practice. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Allowed 


Finals 
(Tentative) 


Soccer 


July 20 


Sept. 1 


6-20 


Nov. 1 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 1 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Nov. 1 


Football 


July 30 


Aug. 29 


11 


Nov. 28-29 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 21 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Feb. 20/21 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


football 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


24 


Mar. 21/28 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Apr. 1 


4-15 


May 30 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


May 30 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


20 


June 2/3 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


4-20 


June 4/5/6 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Apr. 1 


35 


June 5 



These dates are corresponding to the 1985-86 calendar, and are current 
as per the 1985-86 Constitution and By-Laws. Dates for 1986-87 
championships are tentative. 



BLUE STATEMENT UPDATES, 1986-87 DUES BILLS MAILED 

On May 6, bills and annual statement updates were mailed to each member 
school along with information about the State Department required 
Sports Medicine Symposiums to be conducted this summer. The bills are 
due to be paid between July 1 and September 1, in accordance with 
Article VII of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution. The update listing takes 
the place of the old blue statement form. Rather than annually 
submitting the same information about your school, we ask that you 
update the information which we have on file, and immediately send the 
update back to the office. It should mean less headaches for all 
involved. 

The Sports Medicine Symposiums, required by the State Department of 
Education, will be held at the following locations -- 

June 13-14, 1986 - University of Louisville 

June 20-21, 1986 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville 

June 27-28, 1986 - Hyatt Regency, Lexington 

July 25-26, 1986 - Northern Kentucky University 
For further information, contact Dr. Quin Bailey in Danville, {506} 
236-2527, or Billy Wise at the K.H.S.A.A. office. 

UNITED STATES VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION TO HOLD CONFERENCES 

The United States Volleyball Association will hold five U.S.A. Youth 
and U.S. Junior Olympic Volleyball Leadership Training Conferences at 
sites throughout the country. Scheduled on the agenda are such items 
as teaching introductory skills, organizing a practice, sports law and 
regulations, sports psychology and much more. For further information, 
contact L.T.C., U.S.V.B.A., ATTN: Julie King, P.O. Box 308, Pueblo 
Springs, CO. 80901. 

ACCOLADES TO KENTUCKY ATHLETES FROM N.H.S.A.C.A. 

Sacred Heart Girls basketball player Susan Yates has been named 
Academic All American, having maintained a 4.00 grade point average, 
and served on the Student Council in addition to averaging 22 points, 7 
rebounds, 5 steals, and 4 assists per game. She has signed to attend 
college at Centre College in Danville. In addition to this academic 
recognition, Miss Yates was named 1986 Converse High School Player of 
the Year by Converse and the N.H.S.A.C.A. 

Kentucky's other academic All American is University of Louisville 
signee Felton Spencer. The Eastern High School senior maintained a 3.5 
grade point average in addition to helping lead his team to consecutive 
state tournament berths. 

On the athletic side, Apollo High's Rex Chapman was named to the 
Converse Top Ten All American squad, while Spencer was named to the Top 
Seventy Five. Honorable mention recognition went to Pulaski County's 
Reggie Hanson, Fort Thomas Highlands' Scott Draud, and Scott County's 
Frank Persley. Sacred Heart's and Owensboro Catholics' Kris Miller 
were named to the Girls' Top Seventy Five. Honorable Mention accolades 
went to Madisonville's Tonya Wells, Meade County's Dina Disney, and 
Atherton's Michelle Clark. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



PAGE SEVEN 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




Terry North, Hazard 

For 1985, the selection committee chose Terry North of 
Hazard High School as the recipient of the Ted Sanford 
Award. Terry excelled in the classroom and among his 
peers In various activities in addition to helping lead the 
Bulldogs to the semi-finals of the 1986 Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament. 

The Ted Sanford Award is given annually by the 
Louisville Courier-Journal and Times in memory of Mr. 
Ted Sanford, the first Commissioner of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association who served as Secretary- 
Treasurer of the K.H.S.A.A. for ten years before becoming 
Commissioner, a position he held from 1947 until his 
retirement in 1972. A committee of school personnel from 
throughout the state selects the winner from the 
participant in the Boys State Tournament who excels in 
four areas: basketball ability, sportsmanship, academic 
accomplishments, and citizenship. 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Reggie Hanson, Pulaski Co. 

Inaugurated in 1981, the Lexington Herald-Leader 
annually presents the Most Valuable Player Awards to the 
participant in the tournament who is voted most valuable 
by a panel of media representatives and the participating 
coaches in the tournaments. Unofficial Most Valuable 
Player recognition had been given by various sources 
prior to 1981. 

The Most Valuable Player for the 1986 Boys' Sweet 
Sixteen Tournament was Pulaski County's Reggie 
Hanson. Hanson's scoring, rebounding and inside 
defensive intimidation helped Dave Fraley's club to the 
State Championship. Hanson totaled 92 points while 
pulling down 39 rebounds in his four games. Hanson 
signed a letter of intent during the fall basketball recruiting 
period to attend the University of Kentucky, and has been 
named as a member of the Kentucky Indiana All Star 
Team. Hanson's picture was requested but was not 
submitted prior to the press date. 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 




John Calverf, Hopkinsvllle 




Jeff Baldwin, Paintsvllle 



Justin Hancock, Paducah Tilghman 



Instituted in 1985, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet Sixteen Academic Scholarship .Awards are 
designed to honor one or more participant(s) in the Boys' and Girls' State Tournaments who haveexcelled in theclassroom 
and on the basketball floor. The awards are in the form of financial assistance to be used at the Kentucky college or 
university of the recipient's choice to help offset educational expenses. Various sources have funded the scholarships 
including the K.H.S.A.A., the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the City of Lexington. For 1986, Mayor Scotty 
Baesler and the City of Lexington provided $6,000 to be used for the awards in conjunction with the Sweet Sixteen Academic 
Showcase. 

For the 1986 Tournaments, four winners were selected. Jeff Baldwin of Paintsvllle, John Calvert of Hopkinsvllle, and 
Justin Hancock of Paducah Tilghman all excelled in the classroom as well as helping lead their teams to berths in the Boys 
Sweet Sixteen Tournament. Jana Newman of Wayne County was named the winner of the scholarship awarded at the 1986 
Girls State Tournament, and her academic and athletic prowess served as an example to many of her Cardinal teammates. 
Photograph of Calvert was requested, but was not submitted by press time. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



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HOT WEATHER HINTS 

Frederick O. Mueller. Ph.D 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 




Early fall football, cross country, soccer and field 
hockey practice are conducted in very hot and humid 
weather in many parts of the United States. Due to the 
equipment and uniform needed in football most of the heat 
problems have been associated with football Since 1955 
there have been 78 heat stroke deaths related to football. 
There has been a reduction during the past ten years and 
in 1985 there were no football deaths related to heat stroke. 

During very hot and humid weather the athlete is subject 
to: 

* Heat Cramps - Painful cramps and spasms of active 
muscles - most common of the calf muscle - caused by 
intense, prolonged exercise in the heal and depletions of 
water and salt due to sweating. 

* Heat Fatigue- Feeling of weakness and tiredness caused 
by depletions of water and salt due to sweating and 
exercise in the heat. 

* Heat Exhaustion - Caused by inadequate replacement of 
either body fluid or salt due to prolonged sweating. Heat 
exhaustion from water depletion is related to inadequate 
fluid intake over several days. Symptoms are 
incoordination, restlessness, dehydration and prickling or 
burning sensation Heat exhaustion from salt depletion 
occurs in the unacclimatized athlete working in severe 
heat. Symptoms include weakness, headache, vomiting, 
nausea, loss of appetite, dizziness and possible diarrhea or 
fainting. 

* Heat Stroke - An acute medical emergency caused by 
overheating from a breakdown of the thermoregulatory 
mechanism. Associated with high rectal temperature, lack 
of sweating, disorientation, seizures and possible 
unconsciousness or coma It may also occur suddenly 
without being preceded by any of the other clinical signs 
The individual is usually unconscious with a hot, dry skin 
and a rising rectal temperature. 

It is felt that the above heat stress problems can be 
controlled provided certain precautions are taken. The 
following practices and precautions are recommended. 
1 Each athlete should have a physical examination with 
a medical history when first entering a program and 
an annual health history update History of previous 
heat illness and type of training activities before 
organized practice begins should be included. 
State high school association recommendations 
should be followed. 

2. It is clear that top physical performance can only be 
achieved by an athlete who is in top physical 
condition. Lack of physical fitness impairs the per- 
formance of an athlete who participates in high tem- 
peratures. Coaches should know the Physical Condi- 
tion of their athletes and set practice schedules 
accordingly. 

3. Along with physical conditioning the factor of accli- 
matization to heat is important. Acclimatization is the 
process of becoming adjusted to heat and since most 
heat stress problems occur during the first few days of 
training it is essential for Gradual Acclimation To Hot 
Weather Activities. It is necessary for an athlete to 
exercise in the heat and to replace water and salt if he/ 
she is to become acclimatized to hot weather. Partial 
acclimatization can take place in 7-10 days. Final 
stages of acclimatization to heat are marked by in- 
creased sweating and reduced salt concentration in 
the sweat. Younger athletes take longer periods of 
time for acclimatization. 



4. The old idea that water should be withheld from 
athletes during workouts has No Scientific Foun- 
dation. The most important safeguard to the health of 
the athlete is the replacement of water Water must be 
on the field and readily available to the athlete at all 
times. It is recommended that a minimum 10-minute 
water break be scheduled for every half hour of heavy 
exercise in the heat. Athletes should rest in a shaded 
area during the break Water Should Be Available In 
Unlimited Quantities. Check and be sure athletes are 
drinking the water Iced water is preferable. During 
work in the heal water must be replaced every hour. 

5. Salt should be replaced daily. Extra salting of the 
athlete's food will accomplish this purpose Salt 
tablets and glucose - electrolyte solutions are not 
recommended Attention Must Be Directed To Re- 
placing Water. 

6. Know both the Temperature and Humidity. The 
greater the humidity the more difficult it is for the 
body to cool itself. Use of a sling psychrometer is 
recommended to measure the relative humidity. The 
following precautions are recommended when using 
wet-bulb temperature; 

66 F - Safe but be sure to observe athletes most 
susceptible to heat. 

67 - 72 F - Caution - Unlimited water on field and 
iced water is preferable. 

73 - 77 F - Alter practice routine for lighter activity 

78 F and above - Danger level - alter practice routine, 
practice conducted in shorts or postponed. 

7. Cooling by evaporation is proportional to the area of 
skin exposed In extremely hot and humid weather 
reduce the amount of clothing covering the body as 
much as possible Never Use Rubberized Clothing. 

8 Athletes should weigh each day before and after 
practice and Weight Charts Checked. Generally a 3- 
percent weight loss through sweating is safe and over 
a 3-percent weight loss is in the danger zone. Over a 
3-percent weight loss the athlete should not be 
allowed to practice in hot and humid conditions. 
Observe them closely under all conditions. 

9. Watch athletes carefully for signs of trouble, partic- 
ularly athletes who lose much weight, overweight 
athletes, and the eager athlete who constantly 
competes at his capacity. Some trouble signs are 
nausea, incoherence, fatigue, weakness, vomiting, 
cramps, weak rapid pulse, visual disturbances and 
unsteadiness 

10. Teams that encounter hot weather during the season, 
through travel or following an unseasonably cool 
period, should be physically fit but will not be environ- 
mentally fit Coaches in this situation should follow 
the above recommendations and substitute more 
frequently during games. 

11. Know what to do in case of such an emergency. Be 
familiar with immediate first aid practice and pre- 
arranged procedures for obtaining medical care, In- 
cluding ambulance service. 



Continued on Page 9 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



PAGE NINE 



(Hoi Weather Hints Continued Irom Page 8) 

* Heat Stroke: This Is A Medical Emergency - Delay 
Could Be Fatal. Remove clothing and immediately 
cool body (spray with cool water - keep body moist) 
Keep body fanned Get to a hospital as soon as pos- 
sible. 

* Heat Exhaustion: Obtain Medical Care At Once. 
Remove athlete to cool environment, replace fluids 
and keep cool during transfer to hospital. 

Summary: The main problems associated with exercising 
in hot weather are inadequate water replacement and 
acclimatization. Water should be available at all times and 
athletes allowed to drink as much as they like Heat stress 
trauma can be prevented and is the responsibility of every 
coach and trainer, 

SUGGESTION FOR REDUCING 

HEAD AND NECK INJURIES TO 

FOOTBALL PLAYERS 

Frederick O, Mueller, Ph.D, 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

1, A complete pre-participation physical exam which 
includes an evaluation of those athletes with a 
previous history of concussion or neck injury 

2 A complete physical conditioning program that in- 
cludes exercises to strengthen the neck musculature 
so that participants will be able to hold their heads 
firmly erect when making contact These exercises 
should be performed all year, 

3. Coaches should drill the athletes in the properexecu- 
tion of the fundamentals of football skills, particularly 
blocking and tackling. The proper execution of these 
drills should be taught, practiced and enforced in 
both practice and games 

4 Coaches and officials should discourage the players 
from using their heads as battering rams when block- 
ing and tackling. The rules prohibiting spearing 
should be enforced in practice and in games. The 
players should be taught to respect the helmet as a 
protective device and that the helmet should not be 
used as a weapon 

5. All coaches, physicians, and trainers should take 
special care to see that the players' equipment is 
properly fitted, particularly the helmet. 

6. When a player has experienced or shown signs of 
head trauma (loss of consciousness, visual distur- 
bances, headache, inability to walk correctly, obvious 
disorientation, memory loss) he should receive 
immediate medical attention and should not be 
allowed to return to practice or game without permis- 
sion from the proper medical authorities Previous 
head injury has been a factor in fatal head injuries, 

7. Total staff should be organized in that each person 
will know what to do in case of ahead or neck injury in 
game or practice. Have a plan ready and have your 
staff prepared to implement that plan 

Signs and Symptoms of Head Injury 

Loss of Increased drowsiness 

consciousness Vomiting 

Visual Inequality of pupils 

disturbances Memory loss 

Headache Obvious 
Inability to walk disorientation 

correctly 



1986 MEETING 
FOOTBALL ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 

The annual meeting of the Football Assigning 



Secretaries of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association was held at the off ice of the KH.S, A. A. at 10:00 
a,m,, Monday, May 5, 1986 The meeting was called to 
order by Billy V. Wise, Executive Assistant Attending the 
meeting were: Joe Russell, Western Kentucky, Harold 
Mischel, Big Eight: Jack Goodman, Mid Kentucky: Don 
Metzger: Kentuckiana: Stan Steidel, Northern Kentucky: 
Barry Gorham (representing Shirley Watts), Central 
Kentucky; Ray Canady, 13th Region; Don Stacy, 14th 
Region; Layne Tackett, 15th Region; DeLane Simpson, 
representative of Western Kentucky Conference and 
Julian Tackett, Sports Information Director, K.HSA.A. 

The meeting opened with a discussion concerning 
assignment of officials to regular season games and pre- 
season bowl games. The secretaries reported that no 
serious problems existed in their area One of the fervent 
hopes of the K H.S.A A would be improved training of 
officials, both old and young, as well as the recruitment of 
new officials. The area of training has been almost 
sacrificed in the last years due to the emphasis and time 
involved in the rating system Bill Wise explained the 
method of reciprocity and the reason it was established. It 
IS hoped that this system will encourage officials from 
surrounding states to participate in the officiating program 
in Kentucky 

Each assigning secretary gave his/her opinion about 
officials working play-off games in their own conference. It 
was agreed that the present method of going out-of- 
conference was the best method and will continuethru the 
1986 football season. 

The ranking procedure for officials wasdiscussed. Each 
secretary was asked about the method of evaluating the 
officials in their area. Each reported that they either 
observed all officials, or in the case where the area was too 
large or there were too many officials, they had help in 
seeing each of the officials during the season. It was 
requested that each assigning secretary or the person 
doing the evaluation keep all notes and evaluation sheets 
on file for future reference. During this discussion several 
types of evaluation sheets were presented to the group for 
consideration to make the official's evaluation more 
uniform A new evaluation sheet was decided on which 
would take the place of the evaluation card and sheet that 
have been used in the past. The final evaluation sheet that 
IS mailed to this office will remain as is. except that the 
points have been changed to read: Assigning Secretary's 
Rating, possible points-45: Coach's Rating, possible 
points-30; KHSAA Clinic Attendance (not a make-up 
clinic), possible points-10; National Federation Part II 
Examination, possible points-15 (depending on 
individual's giade) The total possible points will be the 
same, but distributed differently. 

Joe Russell, Jack Goodman and Don Metzger were 
asked to continue serving on a committee to study the 
implementation of a new method for assigning state play- 
off final games This committee is to report back at the next 
meeting and make their recommendations to all of the 
Assigning Secretaries, It was agreed that the assignments 
of state play-off officials in 1987 be assigned the same as 
they were in 1986, It was requested that each assigning 
secretary give this committee the number of certified and 
approved officials in their area. 

Bill Wise reemphasized the importance of having a 
current list of each Local Policy Board members filed in the 
KHSAA office each year. It was also suggested that each 
local association consider incorporating. 

Following a lengthy discussion pertaining to the need to 
document evaluation of officials, the attached form was 
adopted unanimously to aid in evaluation. It was agreed 
that these forms should be kept on file by the Assigning 
Secretary and shared with the official. 

After a period of questions and comments. Jack 
Goodman made a motion that the meeting adjourn. Joe 
Russell seconded the motion. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



1986-87 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



August 4-21 
August 19-26 
August 25-28 
September 8 
October 6-30 
October 20-25 
October 24-25 
October 25 

October 27 - November 1 
October 31 - November 1 
November 1 
November 1-18 
November 7-8 



November 14-15 



November 21-22 



November 28-29 
December 1 
February 7 
February 13-14 
February 14 
February 21 
February 26 
February 27-28 
February 28 
March 2-7 
March 9-14 
March 18-21 
March 23 
March 25-28 
March 30 
March 31 
April 4 
April 17 
May 11-16 



May 16 
May 18-23 



May 23 
May 25-30 
May 25 
May 26 
May 28-30 
May 30 
June 2-3 

June 4-6 
June 4-5 



Twelve Football Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Three Volleyball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Four Soccer Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam - Football, Soccer, Volleyball 

Sixteen Basketball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

Regional Volleyball Tournaments 

Regional Cross Country Meets 

State Soccer Tournament 

State Volleyball Tournament 

State Cross Country Meet 

Four Wrestling Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Football Sub-District Winners Play-Offs 

State AAAA District Winners Play 

Jefferson County First Round Play-Offs 

Football District Winners Play 

State AAAA Regional Winners Play 

Jefferson County District Winners Play 

Football Regional Winners Play 

State AAAA Sectional Winners Play 

Jefferson County Finals 

Football State Championships (A, AA, AAA, AAAA) Louisville 

National Federation Part II Exam - Basketball, Wrestling 

District Wrestling Tournament 

Regional Swimming Meets 

Regional Wrestling Tournaments 

Sectional Wrestling Tournaments 

Track Clinic - Louisville 

State Swimming Meets 

State Wrestling Tournament 

District Basketball Tournaments 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball, Softball 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

Track Clinic - Lexington 

Track Clinic - Owensboro 

Mid-America Classic - Indianapolis, Indiana 

Delegate Assembly Meeting 

District Softball Tournaments 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Track Meets 

Regional Softball Tournaments 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

Regional Baseball Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meets 

First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

Girls' Regional Golf Tournament 

Boys' Regional Golf Tournaments 

State Softball Tournament 

State Track Meet 

Boys' State Golf Tournament 

Girls' State Golf Tournament 

State Tennis Tournaments 

Semi-Finals and Finals of State Baseball Tournament 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 



PAGE ELEVEN 



State Tennis Tournament 



University of Kentucky, Lexington Kentucl<y 



June 5-7, 1986 



TIME SCHEDULE 



12:45 
2:00 



Thursday, June 5, 1986 

Coaches Meeting and Briefing Session, K.H.S.A.A. Office 
Competition begins and continues throughout day and evening 
(if necessary) through quarterfinals of singles and doubles. 

Friday, June 6, 1986 

9:00 a.m. — Competition continues in singles and doubles. 

Saturday, June 7, 1986 

9:00 a.m. — Doubles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
10:30 a.m. — Singles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
12:00 p.m. — Doubles-finals (Boys and Girls) 

1:30 p.m. — Singles (Girls)-Finals followed by the Boys Singles Finals 

(a change in schedule may occur in case of inclement weather) 

BOYS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER - Joe Kroh 

GIRLS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER - Becky Watson, Ann Karrick 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1986 





1986-87 Test Dates 

For 
Part II Examinations 



Tests dates have been established in all sports where a Part II examination is printed. Starting 
with the 1986-87 school year, Part II examintions should not be given prior to the following 

dates; 



Football 

Volleyball 

Soccer 

Basketball 

Wrestling 

Baseball 

Softball 



Sept. 8, 1986 
Sept. 8, 1986 
Sept. 8, 1986 
Dec. 1, 1986 
Dec. 1, 1986 
March 23, 1987 
March 23, 1987 



ONE ANNUAL $6.00 DUES PAYMENT COVERS ALL SPORTS AUGUST 1 THROUGH JULY 31. 



INCLUDED IN DUES! 



VITAL INSURANCE PROTECTION! 

$1,000,000 00 liability plus excess accident medical, accidental 
death and dismemberment, and disability income coverage 
UNPRECEDENTED INPUT INTO NATIONAL PLAYING RULES! 
One NFIOA and one NFICA member now serves on eacli National 
Federation Playing Rules Committee 



TEN TIMELY ISSUES OF THE NATIONAL FEDERATION NEWS! 

The national voice ot High School Activities' 
DRAMATIC AWARDS TO DESERVING OFFICIALS AND COACHES! 
State certificates, sectional plaques and the National High School 
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Discount privileges at hotels, car and truck rentals. Medalist 
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LASGOW HIGHLAND GAMES 
May 30, 31 & June 1, 1986 



If you were unable to attend the 1985 International Games in Glasgow, 
Scotland, then plan now to attend the Glasgow, Kentucky Highland Games 
at Barren River State Park on beautiful Barren River Lake. 



May 30th 

Reception/Ceilidh 

May 31st 

Kentucky Breakfast 

Opening Ceremony 

Gathering of the Clans 

Children's Activities 

Piping and Drumming Competition 

Highland Dancing Competition 

Massed Bands 

Scottish Country Dancing 

Mini-Marathon 

Athletic Competitions 

Scottish Vendors 

Banquet 

Tartan Ball 

Sheepherding Demonstration 

June 1st 

Interdenominational Worship Service 

Kirkin O' the Tartan 

Loch Barren Classic Golf Tourney 

Parade of Tartans 

Highland Dancing Competition 

Children's Athletic Competition 

Bonniest Knees Contest 

Ladies Haggis Toss 

Scottish Country Dancing 

Clan Kilted Mile 

Clan Tug Of Wars 

Pipe Bands 




Send for information now: 

Glasgow Highland Games 

Glasgow - Barren County Chamber of Commerce 

301 West Main Street 

Glasgow, Kentucky 42141 

(502) 651-3161 



The Glasgow Highland Games Committee is proud to announce the Lord 
and Lady Provost of Glasgow, Scotland, will be among the honored 
guests. 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
P O. Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



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